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Data#3 takes home two prestigious Aruba awards; National Partner of the Year and As a Service Partner of the Year

December 03, 2021; Sydney, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has been named Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, National Partner of the Year and As a Service Partner of the Year for the Asia Pacific and Japan Region for 2021.

The accolades were presented at an award ceremony recognising partners for their outstanding performance and accomplishments in 2021. Winners were chosen for their “Customer First, Customer Last” excellence, delivering meaningful business outcomes to customers and achieving financial goals.

Data#3 General Manager for Infrastructure Solutions, John Tan, commented, “What a fantastic achievement to receive these two prestigious awards – congratulations to all involved. The Data#3 and Aruba partnership has gone from strength-to-strength with our strategies closely aligned in terms of developing superior consumption-based offerings for customers. Our key differentiator is how we go to market in that we ensure there is a balance between technology and business outcomes. We place significant importance in paying careful consideration to customer experience throughout the full lifecycle, based on these consumption-based offerings.”

Data#3 National Practice Manager for Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Aruba, Paula Fountain, said, “I’m delighted to accept these awards on behalf of the team. Leveraging Data#3’s unique culture of partnership coupled with our strategy alignment, we have successfully collaborated to help customers to become digital ready. We understand that every business is unique and work to truly understand their needs. This allows us to determine what is the best-fit solution to solve their business and technology challenges.”

“Aruba’s investment in our people and our partnership has contributed to the significant number of customer solutions we have worked on together. We have built great momentum this year and I look forward to working with Aruba to continue the success into next year,” concluded Fountain.

Tan is also a representative on Aruba’s APJ Partner Advisory Council.

“Being a part of the Advisory Council provides a unique opportunity for Data#3 to be a part of strategy and business model creation and to share ideas with senior Aruba executives and global partners. Partners are the voice of the customer – we can share our experiences and customer feedback to help shape the future. It’s a privilege to be a part of the journey and I’m excited to see what we can achieve in 2022 and beyond,” concluded Tan.

Learn more about how you can overcome today’s networking challenges with Aruba and Data#3.

Aruba National Partner of the Year

L to R: Pat Devlin, Director, Aruba South Pacific; Nicole Cox, Partner Business Manager, Aruba; Paula Fountain, National Practice Manager for Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Aruba, Data#3, and Tristian Rajah, Channel Leader for South Pacific, Aruba.

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