Asus has acknowledged the efforts of its channel partners in Australia and New Zealand at its ZenBook Pro Duo grand launch and creator conference in Sydney.
Reseller Centre Com was awarded the Asus channel partner of the year award, as well as taking out the Asus ZenBook partner of the year award. Founded in 1998, Centre Com is an IT hardware retail chain in Victoria, providing IT services to businesses and public institutions.
These wins make it the second time this year Centre Com has been recognised for its efforts as a partner, taking out an award from Lenovo in August.
Other wins in the partner category include Scorpion Technology Computers taking out the Asus ROG partner of the year award and CDM winning the education partner of the year award.
Meanwhile, Fronde Australia received the Asus enterprise partner of the year award, Computer Alliance picked up the Asus SMB partner of the year award and Mwave scored the Asus fastest growth partner of the year award.
In the distributor category, Synnex Australia, another Victoria-headquartered business, took out the Asus distributor of the year award.
Additionally, publicly-listed Dicker Data won the Asus fastest growth distributor of the year award.
The last category of the night, the Asus business partner of the year, went to New Zealand-headquartered PB Technologies, which also trades in the Australian market.
Founded in 1993, PB Tech has 12 retail stores across New Zealand and four divisions that target business, education, wholesale and services.
Its business division claims it supports over 10,000 companies, ranging from SMEs and publicly listed corporations to government departments.