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RXP Services, Capgemini and NEC scoop top spots at Informatica's Inform Partner Awards

15 Nov 16

RXP Services has scooped Informatica's Partner of The Year Award for 2015, Capgemini scooped Cloud Partner of the Year and NEC scooped Innovation Partner of the Year at this year's INFORM Partner Awards, held at the Informatica World conference last month.

RXP Services was awarded Partner of the Year for its revenue achievement, excellence in service delivery and overall customer satisftaction.

Stephen Wayne, national practice director, RXPInsight, RXP Services, says that being awarded Partner of the Year showcases the joint commitment, collaboration and dedication to customer outcomes.

“Our focus on top tier clients in Australia, in particular enterprise organisations, is pivotal to our business of providing specialist solutions in the information management space. We pride ourselves on our reputation for having the best people, innovation, technology and creative methodologies to deliver solutions. With data becoming the foundation for a connected age, partnering with Informatica’s capabilities in this space allows us to uncover patterns of value to deliver great client outcomes," Wayne continues.

Informatica states that its INFORM Partner community is helping to increase revenue through ANZ partners by more than 30% year-on-year, particularly in key growth areas such as finance, retail, government and utilities.

“The tremendous growth our channel community experienced both last year and into this year is a testament to our mutually beneficial partnerships,” comments Nick Smith, managing director, ANZ, Informatica.

“We’re pleased to recognise RXP Services. Our INFORM Partner Program is vital to ensuring we continue to solve our customers’ business problems with bold solutions that go above and beyond the industry standard. Partners play a crucial role in delivering on the full potential of our data management solutions in customer environments,” Smith continues.

The INFORM Partner Awards are presented to ANZ members of its Partner Program and recognise the highest achieving partners for revenue growth and collaborative innovation solutions. The Program is designed for global SIs, solution providers, resellers and distributors.

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