We had a a great evening at the VMware UKI Partner Recognition Dinner, held at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London on Wednesday 5th July. Ollie Beaton, CEO, Karl Robinson, Sales Director and Dan Nichols our CTO, represented Secura, enjoying an evening of awards, networking and updates from VMware for 2017.
We didn’t come away as winners of the Rising Star of the Year award this time but it was fantastic to be shortlisted. Congratulations to the winners, Creative ITC, and we look forward to another shot at the award next year!
We’re excited to announce that Secura have been shortlisted for the VMware Rising Star of the Year award at this year’s UKI Partner Recognition awards.
The awards are designed to recognise and thank those partners who have made a significant contribution to the growth and success of VMware over the last 12 months.
Our successful shortlisting in these awards really underlines the fantastic year that Secura has had in 2016 / 2017 and recognition of the increased role that we now play in the VMware partner ecosystem.
We have added some fantastic clients to the Virtual Private Cloud over the last 12 months (see our blog for the announcements), with many more to talk about in the coming weeks and months, which is testament to the platform and the VMware technology that underpins it.
The awards will be held at a black-tie dinner in a central London hotel on the 5th July, with the winners announced on the evening along with the VMware senior management team sharing some of their highlights from 2016, along with updates on developments in 2017 and beyond.
We will keep you posted on the results – wish us luck!
Secura CEO, Ollie Beaton, said
The team at Secura are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted for the rising star award by VMware. Win or lose – hopefully win, it is recognition from one of our key partners of all the hard work that we have put in over the last 12 months and the quality of the service we are delivering to our customers.
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