Digium Names Partners of the Year

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Cloud and UC services provider Digium has announced its annual Pinnacle Partner awards, given to the company's top channel partners around the world.

Winners are chosen based on annual sales in 2013 and their commitment to customer satisfaction. They must also drive customer success for Switchvox business phone systems and Asterisk custom communications solutions.

“Each year, it’s an honor to recognize so many of our channel partners who have committed to servicing their customers and growing their businesses with Digium solutions," said Jim Butler, director of worldwide channel sales for Digium.

Awards were presented to partners in five categories: Switchvox Integration Partner of the Year (has developed excellence in its ability to use Switchvox custom development tools to create solutions that significantly enhance the features of Digium’s Switchvox IP PBX); Partner of the Year (highest revenue and top certifications, by region); Direct Marketing Partner of the Year (operates a business model focused heavily on internet marketing and fulfillment); and Distributor of the Year (highest revenue growth, by region); and Pinnacle Circle of Excellence (comprised of Digium's top 25 VARs worldwide).

And the winners are:

Switchvox Integration Partner of the Year: Dynamic Solutions Group (United States)

Partner of the Year: 

  • NetWorks, Inc. – United States
  • Monarque Telecom - Canada
  • Telappliant Ltd. – Europe
  • Cloud Infotech Pvt Ltd – Asia Pacific
  • DataBox – Middle East and Africa
  • Tango Technology – Australia and New Zealand

Direct Marketing Partner of the Year: CDW Corp.

Distributor of the Year:

  • Global Convergence, Inc., parent to Interlink Communication Systems – United States
  • Gentek Marketing, Inc. – Canada
  • Digital Techniques Asia – Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East
  • Tiptel b.v. – Europe

Click here to see the companies inducted into the Digium Pinnacle Circle of Excellence.

Digium's partners are certified to sell the company's full offering of unified communications (UC) and VoIP business phone solutions, Asterisk hardware, IP phones, gateways, telephony interface cards and redundancy appliances.

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