Bytes has been named a Dell Titanium partner, joining just a handful of partners in the UK with the same status.
The software firm, which recently announced plans to go public, said that promotion is in part due to the work it has done to build up its datacentre capabilities.
Penelope Bridger, datacentre sales lead at Bytes, said: "Bytes are committed to our customers, in providing a collaborative partnership to a joint strategy.
"Our relationship with Dell is based and grown on the same ethos, a shared vision. We are very proud of our partnership with Dell and to be awarded this prestigious Titanium partner status.
"To be recognised and celebrated by Dell for our continued investment and focus on this partnership is gratifying."
Bytes joins just 12 other firms in the UK with the Titanium status, according to Dell's partner locator.
Jonny Crebbin, channel sales director at Dell Technologies, said: "As one of our fastest-growing UK Dell partners for FY20, Titanium Partner Bytes consistently demonstrates their commitment and ability to deliver outcomes to a joint strategy.
"The level of trust and strength of partnership, through strong collaboration and commitment to deliver end to end transformational solutions to the client, can only be described as truly excellent. Bytes are always focused on providing their wide range of customers with exceptional service at all times, clearly evidenced by the amount of long-standing customers Bytes maintains.
"We look forward to the continuation of building up this special partnership for many years to come."
Titanium is the highest level partners can achieve, although there is a tier above - Titanium Black - which is invitation-only.
Just a handful of the largest partners globally hold this status.
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