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In pics: WatchGuard's Asia Pacific Partner Distribution Conference

22 May 2017

WatchGuard Technologies and partners gathered for an exclusive event in Phuket, Thailand recently to celebrate the company’s most outstanding partners.

The 10th Annual Asia Pacific Partner Distribution Conference saw WatchGuard’s global CEO Prakash Panjwani and the senior executive team join partners, resellers and distributors across the Asia Pacific.

“Asia Pacific is definitely an important growth focus for WatchGuard in 2017.  Our awards recognise partners and distributors who believe in our products and solutions and have made WatchGuard an integral part of their strategic market growth in the region,” comments WatchGuard’s ANZ regional director David Higgins.

The executives addressed partners with its marketing and channel strategies across Southeast Asia, India, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

The two-day conference also included strategic discussions and networking, with the Asia Pacific Partner Awards taking centre stage at the event.

“We’ve been thrilled with the support we’ve received from our partners and resellers and enjoyed rewarding them for their commitment and dedication with a really memorable experience in Thailand,” Higgins concludes.

  • Partner of the Year – Top Financial Contribution – Solutions Plus
  • New Partner of the Year – Calvert Technologies
  • Distributor of the Year – Dicker Data
  • Partner of the Year – Most Innovative Growth – IT360    
  • Marketing Program of the Year – eXeed Distribution

Check out the photo gallery below.

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