IBM names business partner award winners
Subscribe now for $100 (23 issues) and save more than 37% off the cover price!
Get the latest news from Computerworld delivered via email.
Sign up now
IBM announced the winners of its sixth New Zealand business partner awards, run in association with Computerworld's sister publication Reseller News, at a celebration in Auckland last night attended by more than 150 people.
Gen-i took home three awards, including the best co-marketing category, which recognised campaigns based on impact, creativity, clarity of the message and measurable return.
Gen-i was also recognised as System Storage Business Partner of the Year and System x was named Business Partner of the Year, in awards based on revenue, ease of doing business with IBM, year on year growth, and other metrics.
But the evening ultimately belonged to Certus Solutions, which took top prize in IBM’s Smart Work category and went on to be presented with the Supreme Winner award by IBM managing director Jennifer Moxon.
Eagle Technology went home with two wins, one for Cloud Business Partner of the Year, and a bigger score in the Smarter Computing category.
CDP took home the Smarter Analytics award for a project that helped its client reduce CO2 emissions.
Dimension Data, which was nominated for several awards, won Power Business Partner of the Year, and Cortell, which was also a strong contender, took home the Software Business Partner of the Year award.