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Photo Gallery: Veeam A/NZ ProPartner Awards

23 Mar 2018

Veeam has recognised a range of A/NZ partners in varying categories at its ProPartner awards ceremony on Wednesday night, which was held at the Doltone House in Pyrmont, Sydney.

The annual awards dinner saw a variety of distribution, reseller and alliance partners and Veeam cloud and service providers (VCSP) recognised over a total of 14 categories.

Veeam says the awards recognise partners’ demonstrated success in providing availability solutions to their customers, acknowledging proficiencies in their support, knowledge, and ongoing product education.

Among the award winners was Datacom, which picked up VCSP partner of the year for New Zealand and both Ingram Micro Australia and Ingram New Zealand, who picked up distributor of the year in their respective regions.

You can find the full list of award winners here.

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