MTS wins Cisco ANZ SME Partner of the Year
07 Apr 15
Mercury Technology has been awarded Small to Medium Business (SMB) Partner of the Year at the Cisco Australia and New Zealand Partner Insight Awards.
Cisco announced the winners last week at its Partner Insight event, as part of Cisco Live in Melbourne.
Mercury Technology's managing Partner Luke Halliday said the national award was based on providing exceptional value to clients and ranked through independent customer satisfaction surveys.
“As one of the world’s biggest providers of networking software, hardware and utilities, Cisco has been a vital partner of ours during our initial growth, and continues to be a major source of strength as we move forward,” Mr Halliday said.
“Receiving the award from the company is a major coup for us, and serves as confirmation of what we’ve been doing to date as a growing business.
“We’re a customer-centric organisation, so we’re very proud to be awarded for a quality we continually strive to excel in.”
Jason Brouwers, director of the Partner Business Group for Cisco Australia and New Zealand, said Cisco ANZ’s Partner Insight Awards celebrate the high achievers within their partner community.
“Mercury Technology Solutions is a truly deserving winner of Small to Medium Business Partner of the Year,” Mr Brouwers said.
“Its performance and achievements as a Cisco business partner in 2014 were outstanding.”
Mercury IT was established in October 2004 when Mr Halliday and business partner AJ Williams recognised a need for quality IT support professionals for the SME market in Australia and recently expanded with the merger of Divest IT and LC9 to continue to bring the same quality solutions to their clients across the entire IT stack.
Cisco ANZ’s Partner Insight Awards celebrate innovation, leadership and excellence within the business partner community.
Award criteria include: innovative and architecture-led approach to success, business differentiation and strategic outcomes, and deep customer understanding. All winners were selected by a group of Cisco Australia and New Zealand Partner and Country executives.
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