And the State of the IT Channel iPad winners are ...

And the State of the IT Channel iPad winners are ...

ARN awards two winners with Apple iPads

It's a lucky day for the two winners of ARN's State of the IT Channel survey related competition.

Power Shield sales and marketing director, Malcolm Levin, and Schneider Electric IT channel sales manager, Natalie Fry, both won Apple iPads for filling in the State of the IT Channel survey and answering the additional question: How is ARN helpful to your work?

The State of the IT Channel survey draws significant market insight into channel trends for 2013, key management and technology priorities, as well as challenges and opportunities.

The winners acknowledged ARN provided them with vital information on market trends and business development, channel movements and focuses, as well as information about newer technologies which impact on future trade opportunities.

“ARN keeps me abreast of what is happening in the marketplace. It reports on consumer buying behaviours as well as what my competitors are doing," Levin said.

“It also lets me know Government regulations and what I need to be aware of. Lastly it fills me in on what the partnerships within the industry so I can identify opportunities and awareness as to what my competitors are doing.”

Last year, ARN handed out Toshiba AT 100 tablets to six lucky winners – Artis Group’s Chris Greatrex, Insentra’s Ronnie Altit, Insight’s Andrea Della Mattea, TDCS’ Edward Dekkers, Quark Group’s Hilton Travis and Express Data’s Omar Zia.

ARN reviewed all submissions and selected the winners from the entry pool and would like to thank all respondents for their time and contribution.

The findings from the State of the IT Channel survey will be available at a later date.

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