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Photo Gallery: HPE partners head to Hobart for Sales Academy

18 Apr 2017

Hobart provided he picturesque backdrop for Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s 2017 Sales Academy, with more than 120 partners in attendance to hear about the company’s latest innovations and take part in the two-and-a-half day sales enablement program, run by Exceed Global.

Representatives from distribution, platinum, gold and silver partners were in attendance.

Stephen Bovis, HPE South Pacific vice president and managing director, outlined the vendor’s key focus for the future, including innovations around HPE Synergy and Composable Infrastructure and the importance of partnering with the reseller channel.

Bovis also detailed how HPE’s recent acquisitions will help partners and HPE win in the marketplace.

The academy also saw partners completing their 2017 HPE sales certification.

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