Every One A Winner. Wick Hill Takes Computing Security 'Distributor Of The Year' Title Four Times Out Of Four
... every year since the awards started!
Ian Kilpatrick, chairman of Wick Hill Group, said: "We are extremely delighted to have won this award yet again, against some very tough competition. We value it very highly because it is one which is voted for by our channel partners, so it is a vote of confidence from the industry in the quality of the value-added services and products provided by all the Wick Hill team. I am especially proud of our team for this achievement."
Earlier this year, Wick Hill also notched up its sixth 'Distributor of the Year' title from Computing Security's sister publication Network Computing, both part of BTC, publishers of business to business IT titles. Wick Hill has won the Network Computing title every year that it has entered since 2007.
Wick Hill Kommunikationstechnik GmbH
Established in 1976, value added distributor Wick Hill specialises in secure IP infrastructure solutions and convergence. The company sources and delivers best-of-breed, easy-to-use solutions through its channel partners, with a portfolio that covers security, performance, access, networking, convergence, storage and hosted solutions.
Wick Hill is part of the Wick Hill Group, based in Woking, Surrey with sister offices in Hamburg. Wick Hill is particularly focused on providing a wide range of value added support for its channel partners. This includes a strong lead generation and conversion programme, technical and consultancy support for reseller partners in every stage of the sales process, and extensive training facilities. For more information about Wick Hill, please visit http://www.wickhill.com/... or www.twitter.com/wickhill
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