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Gallery: Nutanix A/NZ Partner Awards winners

24 Oct 2018

Nutanix held its 2018 A/NZ Partner Awards at the Four Seasons hotel in Sydney on Tuesday, October 23.

The awards closed the Nutanix Partner Xperience Day - below, you can see some photo highlights of the evening.

The winners are:

  • Nutanix A/NZ Partner of the Year: Thomas Duryea Logicalis
  • Nutanix A/NZ Growth Partner of the Year: Infront
  • Nutanix A/NZ Innovation Partner of the Year: Intuit Technologies
  • MVP Awards
    • Nutanix Partner Sales MVP: Jim Zelener, Thomas Duryea Logicalis
    • Nutanix Partner Technical MVP: Justin Davies, Lenovo

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