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Top partners recognised at HPE awards

13 Dec 17

Winners have been announced for the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Partner Awards with Ingram Micro, Spark and Datacom all named as major winners on the day.

Held at The Langham in Auckland, this is the third year of the awards which continue to recognise HPE’s highest performing partners throughout the previous fiscal year.

This year, the Distributor of the Year award went to Ingram Micro with their HPE product manager, Sejal Shah, being awarded personal recognition as Marketing MVP.

Spark also had a double win with Spark Palmerston North being named as Regional Partner of the Year and Steve Platt as Technical MVP.

Two further awards went to Datacom who claimed Aruba Growth Partner of the Year and the title of Platinum Partner.

Additionally, Lexel managed to nab two wins with HPE Growth Partner of the Year and Matt Goodey being named Sales MVP.

Other winners include Liquid IT, named Silver Partner, and Softsource, selected as Gold Partner, as well as LayerX Group who won the Service Provider of the Year award.

The winners are selected on a range of factors, including financial performance, numbers and a partner's willingness to execute and partner with HPE.

​Full winner list

Platinum Partner FY17
Datacom 

Gold Partner FY17
Softsource

Silver Partner FY17
Liquid IT

Distributor  FY17
Ingram Micro

Aruba Growth Partner FY17
Datacom

Regional Partner FY17
Palmerston North

HPE Growth Partner of the FY17
Lexel

Service Provider FY17
Layer X

Marketing MVP
Sejal Shah

Sales MVP
Matt Goodey

Technical MVP 
Steve Platt

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