Channel Awards 2017 shortlist - OUT NOW!

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After a long wait, and a testing day of judging, the shortlist is finally out. Congratulations to all those who have made the list. It is no mean feat.

The time has finally arrived!

Below is the shorlist for the 2017 Channel Awards. Congratulations to all those who have made the list, the judges had their work cut out in many categories this year. 

For those that didn't make the shortlist this year, don't give up hope, we hope you try again next year. 

The shortlisted entries will now go through to the second round of judging in October, and those in the 'Big Four' categories - Distributor of the Year, Distributor of the Year (sub £100m), Reseller of the Year and Vendor of the Year will be invited to a central London venue on Wednesday 11 October to present their case to their respective judging panels. 

This year the awards are taking place on Thursday 16 November at its usual venue, the Battersea Events Arena. To book a table, click here

 

RESELLER SHORTLIST


Cloud Services Provider of the Year

 

Datapipe

Shift F7

TechQuarters

 

Corporate VAR of the Year

 

Britannic Technologies

Cisilion

Softcat

 

CyberSecurity VAR of the Year

 

Integrity 360 

Performanta

Transputec

 

Rising Star Award

 

64Teq

Assembly Managed Services

Cinos Communications Services

IT Document Solutions

Metaphor IT

 

SMB Reseller of the Year

 

Acutec

Assembly Managed Services

FirstNet Solutions

King of Servers

Ramsac

TechQuarters

 

Public Sector Provider of the Year

 

Bytes Software Services

Centerprise

Nowcomm

Phoenix Software

Softcat

XMA

 

MSP of the Year

 

Air IT

Concise Technologies

Ensono

Herjavec Group

Managed 24/7

Ocean Unified Comms

Transputec

Xeretec Group

 

Reseller of the Year

 

CAE Technology Services

Millgate

Softcat

Total Computers

Ultima Business Solutions

XMA

 

 

 Go to next page to see the Vendor shortlist....

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