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Network Professional Services takes out top Centrify award

19 Apr 2016

Melbourne’s Network Professional Services has taken out Centrify’s Australia and New Zealand Channel Partner Network award for the second year in a row.

The annual awards recognise the enterprise identity security vendor’s top partners for outstanding delivery and execution on every level of engagement, including customer acquisition and retention, market execution, sales performance and sales effectiveness.

David Malcolm, Network Professional Services executive director, says the company recognises the ‘critical need’ to deliver professional services to ensure customers get the best result from their investment in Centrify.

“That partnership is the key to securing enterprise identities against the cyberthreats that target today’s hybrid environment of cloud, mobile and on-premises,” Malcolm says.

Nathan Adams, Centrify director of global channels, says the awards show Centrify’s appreciation for the ongoing commitment and success of its channel partners.

“It’s always exciting to have the opportunity to publicly recognise our dedicated partners as leaders in the channel partner community,” Adams says.

This year’s awards come as Centrify’s channel ecosystem continues to grow on the back of high demand for security solutions, with the company evolving its partner program over the past year to include a new focus on national and global system integrators.

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