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Successes flow as Innovix Hong Kong takes out five HPE and Nutanix awards

06 Feb 17

Innovix Distribution's Hong Kong operatoins are celebrating triple glory at the HPE awards after taking out three key awards.

The distributor was named the FY 2016 Top Performing HPE Technology Services Best Distributor award and also took out the awards for Best Performing HPE Software Distributor for Information Management and Governance and Best Performing HPE Software Distributor for IT management.

A day later the company announced that the Hong Kong operations had also won two Nutanix awards, at the vendor’s Hong Kong Channel Kick Off, winning Nutanix Distributor Partner of the Year for Top Transaction Contribution, while technical consultant Leroy Fung was named Nutanix Most Recognisable Platform Professionals Individual of the Year for 2016.

The distributor has also been appointed as a councilor for the not for profit, non-political Hong Kong Information Technology Federation trade association. Managing director Karly Li will be the representative on the Federation.

The Hong Kong operations' successes come as the company's Singapore business celebrates being named Dell EMC Distributor of the Year for the fourth consecutive year, and signs up Nutanix to its portfolio of offerings for Singaporean resellers.

Last month the distributor took out Fortinet's overall APAC Distribution Partner of the Year.

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