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Triple4 scoops two Fujitsu partner awards


Johannesburg, 27 Sep 2011
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Fujitsu South Africa has honoured Triple4 with two partner awards: Best Newcomer of the Year and Best System Innovator. The awards were made on Thursday, 22 September 2011, at the Fujitsu Boot Camp, at Birchwood Hotel, on Gauteng's East Rand.

Triple4, a provider of innovative infrastructure solutions, only became a Fujitsu partner during the past 18 months. “Our hosting business is expanding rapidly, and we simply were not getting the right level of support and service from our previous supplier. We therefore entered into a partnership with Fujitsu, which was prepared to give us the support we needed to expand rapidly,” explains Scott Orton, sales director at Triple4.

“In the last year, we were able to set up three data centres, one for ourselves and two for clients, with Fujitsu's help. I think the Best Newcomer of the Year award recognises the depth this partnership has already developed, despite its relatively short duration.”

Orton says he is particularly proud of the Best Systems Innovator of the Year award because it recognises the innovative approach to solving client problems that lies at the heart of Triple4's success.

Head of Channel for Fujitsu, Fred Saayman, concurs: “It's very clear to us that the Triple4 team uses our technology in highly innovative ways, really seeing its full potential, and then applying it to deliver excellent solutions to the client. This award recognises their ability to stretch our technology to its full extent,” he says.

“I'm very proud that the Triple4 team was able to win two awards from Fujitsu after such a short time - this shows the kind of energy they have put into building this relationship, and the value that both parties place on it,” Orton concludes.

Triple4

Triple4 provides clients with IT infrastructure solutions that truly enable their business strategies. The company offers consulting services, outsourcing services, managed services and hosting. These services can be combined to suit the client's particular needs and level of IT maturity. Founded as IMMIX Network Solutions in 2007, Triple4 was officially launched in September 2011. ContinuitySA, Africa's premier provider of business continuity solutions, owns 50% of Triple4, with the directors owning the remaining 50%. Triple4 serves clients in all industry sectors, and of all sizes, from micro enterprises to corporate multinationals.

For more information, visit http://www.triple4.co.za.

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Warstreet Marketing Rebecca Warsop (011) 807 9842 rebeccaw@warstreet.co.za
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