TORONTO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Softchoice, a leading North American provider of IT solutions and managed services, is pleased to announce that Dell-EMC has been recognized as their Partner of the Year for a third straight year. Softchoice also recognized Microsoft, Lenovo, Adobe, VMware and Amazon Web Services with its highest partner honors at its Impact Awards ceremony yesterday – part of the annual Softchoice Launch conference.
“For a third straight year, it was a tremendous growth year for Softchoice and Dell, and Dell-EMC. And not just business growth, but growth in people investment, resources, and support for programs like our Innovation Executive Forum. They have truly continued to invest in deepening their relationship with Softchoice.”
“The relationships we have with our partners have always been integral to our success,” said Scott Harper, Vice-President of Strategy and Vendor Alliances, Softchoice. “For a third straight year, it was a tremendous growth year for Softchoice and Dell, and Dell-EMC. And not just business growth, but growth in people investment, resources, and support for programs like our Innovation Executive Forum. They have truly continued to invest in deepening their relationship with Softchoice.”
Softchoice’s Partner Impact Awards recognize top vendor relationships in the channel based on year-over-year growth, achievement of annual targets, and level of investment, engagement and support to Softchoice.
Also recognized with an Impact Award were:
- Microsoft, Cloud Partner of the Year
- Amazon Web Services, Emerging Partner of the Year
- VMware, Datacenter Partner of the Year
- Adobe, Client Partner of the Year
- Lenovo, Corporate Responsibility Partner of the Year
Lenovo was recognized for its incredible support of Softchoice Cares, an employee-led philanthropic initiative dedicated to bridging the digital divide around the world. Specifically, Lenovo’s sponsorships were crucial to Softchoice Cares’ recent international project in Rajasthan, India, and Softchoice Cares’ POWER UP technology grant program for elementary and middle schools in need.
“Lenovo has a long track record of giving back to the communities they serve, and they have been a long-time supporter of Softchoice Cares initiatives,” said Quentin Kong, Vice-President of Marketing, Softchoice. “Without their generosity, Softchoice Cares would not have been able to unleash the potential of so many through the power of technology from India to communities across North America.”
As a leading North American provider of IT solutions and managed services, Softchoice combines the efficiency and reliability of a national IT supplier with the personal touch and technical expertise of a local solutions provider. Softchoice's holistic approach to technology includes solution design, implementation, asset management, cloud and managed services, as well as access to one of the most comprehensive and cost-effective technology distribution networks in North America. With over 1,500 employees, Softchoice manages the technology needs of thousands of corporate and public sector organizations across the United States and Canada.