It’s a knock out for Softcat and Mimecast

Posted on Friday, May 27, 2016
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Email management and cloud services provider Mimecast has named Softcat its premier partner of the year 2016 for the ninth year in a row, following outstanding performance and business growth throughout the financial year.

Mimecast's CPO Alan Kenny and channel director Gillian Crewdson co-hosted the annual awards at The Brewery in London ahead of CRN's charity fight night. Softcat's Peter Ollerenshaw, Microsoft Azure Sales Specialist, was one of eighteen contenders who battled it out in the ring, boxing his way to victory with a first round stoppage.

Receiving the Mimecast premier partner of the year 2016 award this year was Softcat's managing director Colin Brown, network and security specialist Robert Mariconda and solutions sales director Richard Wyn Griffith.

Commenting on the evening and winning the award, Colin said: "It has been a fantastic evening of wins all round. Congratulations the Softcat team and Pete for all their hard work. It is an incredible achievement to accept this award for the ninth time due to another year of recording breaking sales.

Our customers love the security protection Mimecast's email management solution provides, especially the Targeted Threat Protection Service, which we get great feedback about. The Softcat team receive fantastic support from Mimecast and we thoroughly enjoy working with them. Softcat is looking forward to another great year ahead with Mimecast."

Mimecasts' email management solution provides users with continuity and secure archiving through its cloud email services. Its annual partner awards serve to reward the efforts of its partners in areas including revenue, growth, channel advocacy, technical skills and customer excellence.

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