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Data#3 wins APAC glory with cloud software solution

19 Nov 15

Data#3 has scooped up a prestigious APAC channel award, winning the Canderfero cloud software category at the recent APAC Canalys Channels Forum.

Data#3 was one of only six companies throughout Asia Pacific to claim an Candefero Channel Partner of the Year award at the Forum, attended by 900 channel partners, distributors and vendors from 20 countries.

Brad Colledge, Data#3 executive general manager, says the company was ‘delighted’ to receive the prestigious APAC Channel Partner award.

“This accolade is a testament to the development and successful implementation of Data#3’s well considered cloud strategy, which has positively affected our cloud business,” Colledge says.

“Our solution-based and customer-focused approach has allowed Data#3 to successfully solve customers’ business challenges through the use of cloud technology.”

The awards recognise outstanding performance in specific areas, including revenue growth, innovation and transformation, cloud software,  cloud managed services and infrastructure growth.

Jordan De Leon, Canalys analyst, says the Candefero Channel Partner of the Year awards are always hotly contested in APAC, and this year was no different.

“We are very impressed with the way the channel in APAC is evolving, amid such varied ecnonomic and technological maturity,” De Leon says.

India’s Accel Frontline won the overall Candefero Channel Partner of the Year.

Data#3 was the only Australian winner at the awards.

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