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MaxFocus for LogicNow ANZ managed services winners

18 Aug 15

Advance Computing, Login Systems, Future Computers and eFlux have taken top honours at LogicNow’s Australia and New Zealand MaxFocus Conference.

The managed services awards capped off the recent conference, held in Melbourne. 

Advance Computing was named Community Partner of the Year, with Login Systems taking out the award for Max Partner of the Year.

Fastest Growth of 2015 went to Future Computers, while eFlux was named Max Breakout of the Year.

This year’s conference, with its key theme of how MSPs can evolve their services to achieve the right balance between internal operational efficiency and innovation in their product and service offerings, was attended by more than 100 MSP customers and partners.

Alistair Forbes, LogicNow general manager, says the content program was heavily focused on helping customers grow their businesses and ensure they are achieving best-in-class performance in their managed services practices.

“Every year, this event provides us with an unparalleled opportunity to interact with our customers, making sure their voice is heard loud and clear when it comes to prioritising our investments and development activities,” Forbes says.

“We believe the product road map that we shared with the conference attendees is the most customer-aligned we have ever delivered and we were very encouraged by the positive reaction of the customer attendees,” he adds.

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