CRN is very pleased to announce the 2018 shortlist.
All shortlisted entries will now go through a further judging process by another panel of judges on 11 October.
PLEASE NOTE: if you are shortlist for any of the following: Reseller of the Year (sub £50m), Reseller of the Year (£51m+), Distributor of the Year (sub £200m), Distributor of the Year (£200m+) or Vendor of the year, you will be required to send a senior member of your management team for a 10-minute presentation in front of the judging panel on 11 October in central London. More details to follow.
Congratulations to all those that made it this year, competition was very tough.
Security Vendor of the Year
Egress Software Technologies
Vendor Innovation award
Cloud Services Vendor of the Year
TeleWare Group Plc
Channel Chief of the Year (nominated by partners)
John Glendenning, SVP Sales and Business Development for StorMagic
Chris Ross, SVP international sales at Barracuda
Neil Sawyer - Commercial Channel & Education Director (UK&I) HP Inc
Channel Service Provider of the Year
Agilitas IT Solutions
Boost Technology Group
Stock in the Channel
Synaxon UK Ltd
Emerging Vendor of the Year
Datacentre Vendor of the Year
Juniper Networks Inc
Specialist Vendor of the Year
Getac UK Ltd
Kyocera Document Solutions UK
Vendor of the Year
See Next Page for Distributor shortlist...
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