Company honored as "EMEA Partner of the Year 2014" and "EMEA VSPEX Partner of the Year 2014"
Company recognized for its outstanding business development with EMC solutions
Neckarsulm, May 21 – Bechtle today announced it had received the 2014 EMEA Partner of the Year Award from EMC at the EMC Global Partner Summit during EMC World earlier this month. At the ceremony in Las Vegas, Bechtle received both the most coveted Award, "EMEA Partner of the Year 2014" as well as being recognized as “EMEA VSPEX Partner of the Year”.
The “EMEA Partner of the Year” award from the storage and software specialist recognizes the excellent business development demonstrated by Bechtle in the past year. In addition to being recognized for its dynamic sales growth based on EMC solutions, Bechtle was also acknowledged for its strong understanding of the product portfolio of the EMC Federation companies – VMware, RSA and Pivotal. Bechtle also excelled in implemented a large number of customer projects based on the reference architecture VSPEX.
"It fills us with joy and pride that we received two Partner of the Year Awards from EMC. This special honor is an expression of the excellent development of our mutual cooperation. EMC technologies represent an important part of the progressive solution portfolio with which we guide our customers into the digital age," said Michael Guschlbauer, Member of the Executive Board, IT System Houses & Managed Services, Bechtle AG.
“The successful cooperation with Bechtle in recent years is an indication that our go-to-market model is on the right way. It is a great pleasure to see that Bechtle exceeds our ambitious, mutual goals for growth by far. That is why this award is not only the result of hard work, but also well-deserved,” adds Diana Coso, Director Partner Sales, EMC Germany.
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