Cloud and managed services provider, Brennan IT has won two awards at the annual Microsoft and HP Partner Awards.
The 17-year-old company, with more than 240 employees, took out the Hosting Partner and New Style of IT categories, respectively.
Brennan IT managing director, Dave Stevens, said the awards recognised the company’s ability to use market leading products and deliver them in innovative ways and deliver the best outcomes for its customers.
“The Brennan IT team is honoured to be officially recognised by our partners Microsoft and HP through these awards," he said.
"The wins demonstrate our team’s breadth of expertise and ability to build and deploy industry leading solutions for our clients, with their specific IT requirements in mind.
The annual Microsoft Australia Partner Awards celebrate success and innovations in the Microsoft Partner community, rewarding partners based on Microsoft Partner Network Competencies, Cloud technology, entrepreneurial spirit and sales excellence.
Brennan IT was awarded Hosting Partner of the Year for its Hybrid Cloud solution innovation and proven commitment to offering outstanding hosting solutions and service.
The annual HP Australia Partner Awards recognised the efforts of partners to adopt new and innovative go to market initiatives and strategies around HP products and solutions. Brennan IT won the inaugural ‘The New Style of IT’ award for the construction of its private Cloud practice and fresh approach to IT consumption, to the benefit of its customers.
Stevens said the awards also demonstrated the company's commitment to its customers, understanding their needs and using technology in innovative ways to deliver the best outcomes.Read more: Microsoft partners name top five common customer Cloud myths
“We have worked very closely with the Microsoft and HP teams for a significant number of years now and both their solution portfolios have been critical in allowing us to build and deploy industry-leading solutions," he said.
“We continue to see growth for innovative products in our business, fuelled by the rise in data volumes and the need for organisations to see cost effective, manageable, scalable solutions to support their operations and objectives."