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Fronde takes out NetSuite award two years running

20 May 2016

Fronde has been recognised for its cloud leadership in the Asia Pacific region, being named the NetSuite Solution Provider Partner of the Year for the Asia Pacific and Japan region for 2016.

Announced during the SuiteWorld 2016 conference in San Jose, California, it the second year in a row the company has taken out the award.

According to Ant Belsham, CEO Fronde, the award cements the company’s position as the Asia Pacific leader in NetSuite cloud business software.

“It also demonstrates that Fronde is one of the most influential NetSuite partners in the world,” he says.

“Fronde is delighted to be named as NetSuite’s APAC Solution Provider Partner of the Year for the second year in a row. This adds to our Google Apps APAC Partner of the year award received earlier this year and is testament to the quality of our fantastic people, partners, and customers,” Belsham explains.

Don McLean, managing director, Fronde Australia, adds, “We love working with NetSuite and its channel team to bring our customers the benefits of the number one cloud ERP solution.

“Fronde brings 24 years of IT experience to the Asia Pacific region. Combining our pursuit of innovation, business IT liberation and customer commitment, we deliver the best technology solutions for our clients,” McLean explains.

“We have loyal customers who’ve been with us on this journey from the beginning, clearly validating our business-based approach to solutions featuring cloud technology,” he says.

Fronde is a Trans-Tasman member of the NetSuite Solution Provider Partner Program and has 5 star status, the highest level awarded by NetSuite.

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