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Nexgen scoops up Panasonic awards

31 May 16

Nexgen has taken out the Panasonic Australia PBX Dealer of the Year award on the back of strong sales growth in unified communications.

The business telecommunications supplier also won the Panasonic High Achievers Program award, winning an exclusive incentive trip to Japan.

The PBX Dealer of the Year title came for achieving the top sales in financial 2015, driven by Panasonic’s KX-NS700, with Nexgen beating off strong competition from more than 150 Panasonic unified comms providers around Australia.

Graham Gibbs, Panasonic unified communications national manager, says Nexgen achieved an ‘outstanding’ result selling the vendor’s newly launched KX-NS700 product, which Gibbs says is ‘very important to us’.

James Harb, Nexgen Australia director, says the award comes on the back of ‘hard work, commitment and determination’.

“Nexgen Australia could not have achieved this success without a great team and the support of Panasonic and its distributor CommsPlus Distribution,” Harb says. “It is a great honour and a true reward.”

Late last year Nexgen scooped up NEC’s Australian Unified Communications Channel Partner of the Year 2015 award.

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