AC3 has taken out the Service Provider of the Year award for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, following a stellar year of growth with the vendor.
Adding to the Sydney-based company’s HP Business Partner of the Year award in 2015, AC3 claimed the award at the tech giant’s annual Partner Principal Conference in Fiji last week, representing the first year that the region has offered recognition in this category.
“This award recognises the exceptional capabilities of AC3 to deliver premier services, leveraging the power of HPE technology to deliver tangible business outcomes for our shared customers,” HPE director of indirect sales and SMB, Chris Trevitt, said.
“AC3 are a strategic partner for Hewlett Packard Enterprise and are deserved winners of this award.
"We look forward to partnering further, for continued success.”
AC3 and HPE have been partners for over 10 years, combining forces to deliver solutions in government and business organisations across the country.
Specific to Cloud infrastructure, Trevitt said AC3 has “successfully migrated environments and delivered complex projects” for a wide range of customers, with a number of large scale transformation projects currently in delivery.
“It’s humbling that AC3 has been recognised by one of the world’s biggest players for the services we are delivering to customers here in Australia,” AC3 CEO, Simon Xistouris, added.
“This award recognises the effort of the whole AC3 team and the values we live every day.
"One of our core values is Passionate People and without sounding like a cliché, it’s the passion, skill and smarts of our team that drives our business forward."
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