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Winners announced for the CA Tech 2017 APJ Partner Awards

10 Jan 2018

Infosys, Kinetic IT, MFEC and Uclick took home the four APJ awards at the CA Technologies 2017 Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) Partner Awards.

The awards, held at CA World in Las Vegas, recognised partners for innovative ideas, outstanding execution, and exceptional services that are aligned to and exceed their business goals.

CA Technologies A/NZ senior director of sales, partners and alliances Jon Gamble says “Our partner program is built into the DNA of our business in Australia and New Zealand. It’s recently been redesigned to help provide a comprehensive framework that gives partners, like Kinetic IT, the best possible resources to be successful. 

“We are proud to see homegrown talent recognised at a regional level and this award is a testament to the quality of work and innovative thinking behind the team at Kinetic IT. It also highlights the significant contributions to the Australian IT industry, of which we’re extremely proud to be a part.

“As always, CA is committed to strengthening its partner relationships as we help transform ideas into real, measurable outcomes.”

APJ 2017 Most Valuable Partner - Infosys

Infosys won in this category for its ability to drive business in India, especially for the government projects.

“This is truly a humbling moment for us and a solid affirmation of the success we have achieved so far with CA Technologies,” says Infosys vice president and head of global alliances Syed Farrukh Jalal.

“We are confident that this partnership will continue to deepen as we strive together to bring innovation to every project that we work on.”

APJ 2017 Innovative Solutions Partner - Kinetic IT

Kinetic IT won this award for its use of CA Solutions that enabled customers to transform themselves digitally and thrive in the application economy.

“We are honoured to win the APJ 2017 Innovative Solutions award. It’s a testament to the successful partnership we’ve built with CA technologies,” Kinetic IT’s chief product officer Brett Roberts says.

“By leveraging CA’s modern and diverse portfolios, we provide our customers cutting-edge solutions to deliver enhanced integration, scalability and affordability.”

APJ 2017 Reseller Deal of the Year - MFEC

MFEC won this recognition for its outstanding performance in winning top deals with CA’s innovative solutions in Thailand.  

“CA is more than a partner. CA is family. Winning the APJ 2017 Reseller Deal of the Year award is an enormous recognition for our company and an inspiration for us to perform even better in the future,” MFEC chief operating officer Thanakorn Charlee comments.

“By partnering with CA Technologies, we will continue to deliver best of breed solutions coupled with local expertise to help our customers capitalise on the influx of opportunities brought about by digitalisation and Thailand 4.0.”

APJ 2017 Best Newcomer - Uclick

Uclick won this award for its ability to provide high-quality services based on know-how in open application programming interface (API) construction and professional support to their customers.

“We are very excited to receive the recognition as the 2017 APJ Best Newcomer by CA Technologies. This is the best way to celebrate our joint success in driving open API solutions,”  Uclick CEO Um Nam-han says.

“By combining our know-how with world-class API management solutions from CA Technologies, we are supporting local customers in various domestic industries including finance, telecommunication, manufacturing to securely open and manage APIs.”

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