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Aussie companies dominate Fujitsu APAC awards

26 May 15

Fujitsu has announced the winners at their annual the Asia Pacific Partner Conference with Australian partners collecting awards across five key categories.

More than 1,500 partners from Asia and Oceania were eligible to submit nominations to this year’s APAC awards. Fujitsu’s partners in Australia were successful in each of the major categories, taking home five of the 20 awards presented at the conference:

Nexus IT Communications Solutions took out the Best PRIMERGY Partner award. Sean Murphy, principal at Nexus IT, says “Nexus IT is very pleased to accept the award for our commercial win against all comers, and subsequent implementation of a project code named Ferrari”.

The best ETERNUS Partner 2015 went to the PSQ Group. Ben Donaldson, director of PSQ Group, says the award was “recognition of the work we’ve put into developing a successful partnership with Fujitsu and educating customers in the quality and performance of Fujitsu Storage Products”.

PowerNET IT Solutions collected the Best Business Developer gong with Digital Sense Pty Ltd recognised with the Solution Business Leadership prize.

The Best Distributor for 2015 went to Dicker Data. Chairman and CEO of Dicker Data, David Dicker, says “We’re seeing strong growth in the Fujitsu portfolio and this result is a reflection of all of the hard work our team has put in.”

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