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GALLERY: HPE recognises six local partners at its latest principal conference

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has honoured a range of local partners as its recent Partner Principal Conference, which took place on the 23rd to the 25th of May at the InterContinental Adelaide in South Australia.

The conference brought together partner principals and senior sales managers to hear from HPE executives, industry experts and thought-leaders on the latest transformation, challenges and opportunities that are shaping the world of technology and business.

The company recognised the ‘outstanding achievements’ of its business partners across six award categories on an awards night taking place as part of the conference.

Interestingly, the HPE distribution of the year award was taken out by Sydney-based Lynx technologies, who beat out distie juggernauts Ingram Micro and Dicker Data. 

Thomas Duryea Logicalis won the Silver partner of the year award while Fujitsu took home the award for HPE platinum partner of the year. 

Rounding out the list of winners is AC3 who were tapped as HPE service provider partner of the Year, Area9, who received the gold partner of the year award and Hayes Information Systems, who won the regional partner of the year award.

The full list of award winners and finalists from the night can be found below.

HPE Regional Partner of the Year 2018

Winner – Hayes Information Systems Finalists – Area9, Datec, Vizstone

HPE Silver Partner of the Year 2018

Winner – Thomas Duryea Logicalis Finalists – CDM, CDW, EMPR, Hayes Information Systems

HPE Gold Partner of the Year 2018

Winner – Area9 Finalists – Gammer Group, Viatek

HPE Platinum Partner of the Year 2018

Winner – Fujitsu Finalists – Dimension Data, Telstra

HPE Distribution Partner of the Year 2018

Winner – Lynx Technologies Finalists – Arrow ECS, Dicker Data, Ingram Micro

HPE Service Provider Partner of the Year 2018

Winner – AC3 Finalists – BigAir Group, blueAPACHE, Brennan IT, Capgemini, Fuji Xerox

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