Telstra recently hosted its 10th annual Telstra Licensee and Partner Conference in Darwin. A key component of the event was its awards showcasing the company’s top partners and nominees for the solutions and service they provide Telstra business and enterprise customers.
There were four key awards with partners nominated and selected by a Telstra panel for their sales results, growth, customer advocacy and strategic alignment with Telstra.
Byte went home with the business enterprise partner of the year award for its focus on helping clients embrace change, in addition to providing technical knowledge and strong business process expertise for organisations to grow their businesses.
Just some of the services it offers, in partnership with Telstra, include Managed Services Support and Operations, Software Development Infrastructure and Cloud solutions, Communications services including IP Telephony, Unified communications and business consulting.
VExpress beat Aria Technologies, Dicker Data, and TBS Distribution for the distributor partner of the year gong.
Telstra said the company nabbed the won for its support focussed on IP Data Networks, Telstra IP Telephony (TIPT), Managed Data Networks (MDN), Business Applications, and Cloud based solutions. It also provides assistance to customers from pre-sales design to network implementation.
Jasco Consulting was named business partner of the year for being a network solutions provider committed to enterprise-class principles and innovative thinking. Telstra said, in a statement, that with a broad range of experience, the company has the capabilities to deliver quality service for customers.
In addition, R1i Services won the enterprise partner of the year award. Telstra indicated the company helps businesses stay ahead with new technology, new regulations and new challenges, and is successful in today’s business world.
It added that it stays ahead of the curve by aligning technology to streamline business processes as well as creating a successful ICT environment for customers.
“Technology is changing the way our customers operate. Most of our business and enterprise customers are using our core services such as mobile, data and voice. The new world is about helping businesses think about how to leverage technology tools to help solve business challenges in new and innovative ways, and our partners are key to this.
“Whether it’s providing excellent service or delivering innovative projects or support, one thing is certain – our partners are key to ensuring Telstra becomes a truly world class company,” Telstra indicated.