Apex Wins HP Partner in Excellence Award for business growth

HP partner, Apex, received the Partner in Excellence Business Growth Award for the highest sellout growth across the Personal Systems Group (PSG) portfolio in EMEA at the company’s recent Global Partner Conference (GPC) in Las Vegas, the company announced.

As an HP Preferred Partner, Apex was selected by the HP Channel Leadership team for its substantial leadership, outstanding performance, and ability to deliver important wins in the marketplace, leading to an overall growth of 163% from FY2010 to FY2011.

“The competition for this award was extremely intense, which makes the exceptional achievement of Apex all the more laudable”said Salim Ziade, GM HP PSG, Middle East.  He continued, “Apex is a long established and much respected HP partner with a reputation for delivering excellence and high levels of customer satisfaction. My congratulations to all the teams on winning this award. Their performances are clearly exceptional and each team is instrumental to Apex taking the lead in business growth in the market, in partnership with HP. “

The HP Partner in Excellence awards signifies HP’s commitment to the hardware business and on-going support of the channel, the company said. Each year, the awards highlight three key partners that have exhibited innovative IT practices within their own communities and across the channel.

The Global Partner Conference hosted HP partners and executives from around the world to strengthen relationships, build collaborative sales strategies and align efforts. The awards are a tradition that have been met with enthusiasm since its inception two years ago, and is an opportunity for HP to celebrate and honour its partners whilst establishing the company’s commitment to the channel.

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