Softcat has achieved the business continuity management standard ISO 22301 in recognition of its excellence in business continuity and risk management processes.
Softcat has won Sophos’ UK & Ireland Mid-Market Partner of the Year award at the data security provider’s annual partner conference in Rome. Sophos’ Regional Vice President UKI James Vyvyan presented the award to Softcat’s alliances director James Baker.
Email management and cloud email services provider Mimecast has named Softcat its premier partner of the year 2015 for the eighth year in a row, following outstanding performance and business growth throughout the financial year.
Softcat has been awarded the Top UK Performing Solutions Provider award from Qlik at Qonnections 2015, Qlik’s tenth annual Global Partner Summit in Dallas.
Softcat is proving its public sector credentials with another government framework sign up – ‘ICT Services for Education’. Softcat’s inclusion on the four-year framework, along with 20 other suppliers, will help it to deliver its solutions to an even wider education audience.
Last night Softcat accepted the Enterprise Networking Partner of the Year UK&I award at Cisco’s global Partner Summit in Canada. Colin Brown, managing director at Softcat, accepted the award from Cisco’s Phil Smith, senior vice president, UKI and Richard Roberts, MD partner and commercial organisation, in recognition of partner excellence in the provision of switching, routing and wireless solutions.
For the second year running, Softcat has been named as ESET Partner of the Year. The award follows a booming financial year for Softcat which saw 25% growth and revenues of £504m.
Softcat today shared details of a new partnership with Dell to service the National Desktop and Notebook Agreement (NDNA) for universities within the UK.
Last week Softcat’s End User Computing (EUC) team enjoyed a bumper few days of success, achieving the AppSense EMEA Partner of the Year accolade at a two-day AppSense partner and reseller event held in London.
Yesterday Microsoft launched Skype for Business, which will replace Lync Online to provide customers with a more comprehensive and responsive communications solution.