Business communications company, Avaya, recently announced the winners of its Asia-Pacific Avaya Connect Channel Partner Awards for 2015. The awards were presented at the annual Avaya Executive Partner Forum (AEPF) event, which was held in Bangkok.
The Avaya Connect partner of the year, Asia-Pacific gong went to Telstra for providing the widest range of Avaya solutions and services to companies of all sizes. On the other hand, Optus Business went home with the Avaya Connect top services partner, Asia-Pacific award for delivering a full range of services, backed by the combined resources of both organisations, to drive better customer engagement and satisfaction levels.
The Avaya Connect top networking partner, Asia-Pacific award went to Texcell-Netcom, for being the top revenue contributor for the networking business and for having the highest levels of customer satisfaction across Avaya’s entire channel ecosystem.
Jebsen and Jessen Communications was named Avaya Connect top enterprise partner, Asia-Pacific, for its strong revenue performance, creating value-added applications to wrap around the Avaya proposition and delivering an end-to-end solution to the customer.
In addition, Westcon Group Asia-Pacific was named Avaya Connect distributor of the year, for investing significantly in its relationship with Avaya to become the largest revenue contributor across the Asia-Pacific region.
As well as the five main award recipients, area and country-level awards were also won by a number of other high-performing channel and distribution partners including DTSI (Philippines); ECS Telecom (Korea); AGC Networks (A/NZ); FXD IT Solutions (Malaysia); World Information Technology (Thailand); Distribution Central (A/NZ); Avnet Technology Solutions (Thailand); Vnetwork System (Malaysia); CCNA (A/NZ) and Hansol Inticube (Korea).
Avaya Asia-Pacific president, Mike Ansley, said Avaya recognises the revenue performance, focus on new market opportunities and value delivered to customers by these partners.
“A strong channel ecosystem is implicit in our ability to deliver the team engagement, customer engagement and fabric networking solutions our customers need to support their business growth. We are fortunate at Avaya to have such a vibrant, focused and customer-centric channel community to support our business across the Asia-Pacific region,” he claimed.
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