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At a glamorous awards ceremony last night, Sophos announced their Partner of the Year awards, with Softcat being awarded both 2019 Top UKI Performer and 2019 UKI Enterprise Partner of the Year. This is the fourth year running that Softcat been accredited with Sophos’ Top UK and Ireland Performer.
The Partner Conference is an opportunity for Sophos to recognise all their partners who continue to offer customers award-winning, next-generation network and endpoint protection. At the conference, members of the Sophos executive leadership team delivered keynote sessions on Sophos strategy, its partner commitments and the broader future of the IT security industry.
Martyn Brownlie, UKI & Nordics Channel Director at Sophos, commented, “Softcat and Sophos have been working together for more than 10 years, with Softcat doubling their Sophos revenue within the last three years, and it is this consistency of relationships and engagement that has been key to our joint success, together seeing floatation and expansion in recent years. Softcat pushes Sophos to deliver the very best service both internally and to our joint prospects and customers, and the relationship works because above all, we work hard together as one team. We are confident that our products will continue to be key for Softcat’s customers in the years to come.”
Matthew Jones, Sales Director at Softcat, commented, “We are delighted to have won these awards, especially as it’s now four years running that we have been recognised as Sophos’ Top UK&I Performer. These awards really pay testament to the close working relationship and trust that has been built between our team and Sophos over the years. We look forward to continuing to grow and develop new opportunities alongside one another.”
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