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TDL picks up ‘Excellence’ gong in Telstra partner awards

IT solutions and managed services provider Thomas Duryea Logicalis has been recognised in the Telstra Partner Melbourne Roadshow by winning both the Domain Award for Cloud in Victoria (FY18 H1) and the Telstra Emerging Partner Award in Victoria (FY18 H1).

The Domain Award for Cloud in Victoria was awarded to TDL for its strong performance in cloud domain sales and its alignment to Telstra’s strategy and values. ‘This values alignment saw TDL adhering to Telstra’s Better Together and Trust Each Other programs to deliver successful projects with positive feedback,” said TDL. “These projects include a customer win where TDL partnered with Telstra to enable the aggregation of multiple vendors and specialist providers under a trust.ed buying relationship.”

The Telstra Emerging Partner Award is focused on partners new to the Telstra ecosystem who have demonstrated strong incremental growth over the last 12-18 months.

CEO Michael Chanter said the company as proud of the recognition they had received from Telstra. “We have a strong relationship with Telstra, and these awards underscore our commitment to that relationship, as well as our commitment to our customers.”


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