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Australian partners feted in Fortinet 2016 Global Partner awards

17 Jul 17

Five of Fortinet’s Australian partners have been feted in the vendor’s Global Partner of the Year awards, which saw Macquarie Telecom, NEC Australia, Vintek, Intellect Information Technology and Virtual Graffiti claim awards.

Macquarie Telecom Group was named Australian Platinum Partner of the Year for the cybersecurity vendor, with NEC taking out the Australian Gold Partner of the Year category and Vintek winning the Australian Silver Partner of the Year.

Intellect Information’s award was for Australian Rookie Partner of the Year, while Virtual Graffiti was named Australian Growth Partner of the Year.

Genevieve White, Fortinet Australia channel director, says “For us at Fortinet, helping customers defend themselves against the increasingly complex threat landscape is our top priority and it has been an honour working alongside like-minded partners.

“I would like to congratulate all of our winners for their significant achievements and contributions in 2016.”

White says the winning partners demonstrated a commitment and dedication to delivering the best cyber solutions.

“Together, we have all greatly contributed to a more secure digital future,” White says.

“We’re looking forward to seeing what we can achieve in 2017 and onwards.”

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