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UXC Connect named ALE APAC Partner of the Year

Australian IT solutions firm UXC Connect has been awarded the 2015 APAC Partner of the Year award from Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. According to a statement, the company nabbed the award based on the work it has done in the Asia Pacific region as a Premium Partner for ALE.

“This recognition is testament to UXC Connect’s capability as an Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise implementation partner,” says Ian Poole, CEO, UXC Connect.

“Great customer wins and delivery excellence for high-profile customers showcase UXC Connect’s prowess in delivering Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise solutions,” he explains.

The annual Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Business Partner Awards recognise partner achievements throughout the previous year. Award categories focus on co-creation of value, personalised connected experiences, and the delivery of tangible outcomes for customers and their end-users.

UXC Connect is an Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Premium Partner, the highest partner certification level for Alcatel-Lucent products in Australia.

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