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Somerville wins 3 vendor partner awards

Somerville, an Australian end-to-end technology service provider, has announced a trio of partner vendor awards which it says, “Further cements 2022 as one of the most successful years on record for the company.”

Somerville was recently announced as Hewlett Packard Enterprise Service Provider of the Year as well as Aruba Managed Service Provider of The Year, and HP Education Partner of The Year. All the awards, “Recognise Somerville’s outstanding partner performance and commitment to customer excellence, and highlighted the long term, successful relationship which the company has built with the Hewlett Packard group of companies.”

Craig Somerville, Founder and CEO, Somerville, said, “These awards are recognition of the exceptionally talented team that we have built and demonstrate our goal to consistently exceed market expectations around innovation and customer satisfaction.

“We’re thrilled that our commitment to supporting customers with innovative IT strategies required today to advance and excel in the competitive Australian market has been recognised and look forward to maintaining our strategic focus of delivering new, customer-driven IT business capabilities to organisations that demand high performance to fuel growth.”

Somerville celebrated its 40th anniversary during 2022 and is riding a wave of strong year-on-year growth continuing to underpin the complex demands of its growing customer base across the hybrid environment of public and multi-cloud systems as well as their investment in the highest grade of cyber security and risk and data management practices. 

The company’s customer base in 2022 includes over 500 mid-market organisations across the education, banking and finance, professional services and manufacturing spheres, many of which have relied on the company to operate as their de facto IT department for more than a decade.

Earlier this year, Somerville announced the launch of a $1.2 million national network upgrade, powered by Cisco carrier network technologies, to support its growing customer base with demanding connectivity requirements. The upgrade doubled the company’s network capacity and supports the company’s strategy to build a resilient network infrastructure to support customer connectivity requirements, deliver business-relevant outcomes and evolve new products and services.

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