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Data#3 Achieves Exclusive Platinum Plus Partner Status with Snow Software

October 02, 2018; Brisbane, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has become one of only two partners in APAC to achieve a Platinum Plus Partner status with Snow Software, the global leader in Software Asset Management (SAM).

Data#3 National Practice Manager for Asset Management Services, Peter Taylor, said, “We have a strong, long-term relationship with Snow Software and this is fantastic news. This unique status provides us with superior support and access to information and executives, the benefits of which, we can directly pass onto our customers.”

The Data#3 and Snow asset management service supports customers as they navigate their digital transformation journey. This is the only platform to offer native coverage of all platforms across customer’s entire IT estates from mobile to desktop, data centre servers and into the cloud.

“With digital transformation increasing investment in more technology, the management of IT assets has become increasingly complicated, costly and time consuming. Our combined services provide customers with total control and visibility over their asset lifecycle,” concluded Taylor.

Kieran Ashe, APAC Alliance and Partner Director at Snow Software, commented, “On behalf of Snow Software I would like to say congratulations to Data#3 for achieving Platinum Plus partner status, our highest status available. This recognition is well-deserved and reflects the effort and drive shown by Data#3 to provide a mature, focused MSAM service to their customers. Data#3 is a fantastic partner to work with, which is reflected in the engagement levels we see from their executive management and throughout the organisation. We look forward to building on the strong relationship between our two organisations as we continue to assist Australian businesses to optimise their IT investments.”

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(L to R) – Andreas Stjernström, International Sales Director, Snow Software; Peter Taylor, National Practice Manager – Asset Management Services, Data#3; and Lana Santarossa, Partner Manager, Snow Software.

Tags: Asset Management, Data#3 Corporate, Data#3 News, Digital Transformation, Managed Services, Snow Software, Snow Software Platinum Plus Partner, Software Asset Management (SAM)

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