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SYNNEX takes home Worldwide Microsoft Surface Partner of the Year

27 Jul 17

​SYNNEX Corporation has come up trumps at the recent Microsoft Inspire event in Washington D.C – formerly known as the Worldwide Partner Conference.

The technology solutions distributor took home the Worldwide Microsoft Surface Partner of the Year Award, recognising SYNNEX’s continued commitment to Microsoft’s growing success around the world.

According to Microsoft, the Microsoft Devices Partner of the Year Special Recognition Awards are given to global enterprise and medium business partners who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in delivering Microsoft devices solutions to mutual customers in the past year.

Microsoft asserts the reason SYNNEX won the award was because the company stood for significantly increasing its number of reseller partners and the launching of a Certified Pre-Owned Deices Program, among other accomplishments.

Vice president of Cloud, Mobility and Software Solutions at SYNNEX Corporation, Rob Moyer says the company is thrilled with the acknowledgement and look forward to a continued and profitable relationship.

"We are honored to receive this recognition, which verifies how our resellers continue to benefit from the robust system SYNNEX has built around the Microsoft Surface portfolio," says Moyer.

"Targeted vertical alignment and unparalleled support have fostered continual success for our customers and Microsoft."

The input for the awards is provided by the Microsoft worldwide field, partner regional leaders, and the Microsoft Corporate Business Groups team.

"Over the past year, SYNNEX has done an excellent job in developing and growing the Surface Hub and Surface Tablet businesses in the U.S., Canada and Japan," says Paul Muckleston, general manager for Worldwide Commercial Surface Channels at Microsoft.

"We look forward to our continued relationship."

SYNNEX affirms the business process services company looks forward to continuing its growth worldwide in providing a comprehensive range of distribution, logistics and integration services for the technology industry and providing outsourced services focused on customer engagement strategy to a broad range of enterprises.

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