Westcon Group awarded ‘International Distributor of the Year’ by Plantronics

The award was presented at the ‘Partner Smarter with Plantronics’ event in the prestigious B4 Hotel in Milan, amongst 300 European partners and distributors for exceptional continuous revenue growth across the globe. 

Peter Wuyts, head of Europe and Africa partner management, Plantronics presented the award. He said, ‘Plantronics has awarded Westcon Group with this accolade due to its impressive and consistent growth across an expanding international footprint, along with its prompt and professional support on our global accounts. Westcon is a long standing partner that delivers a focused alignment strategy with Plantronics across all markets to help us achieve our objectives; along with its innovative channel programmes and slick on-boarding process revenues have surged as a result – they deserved to win!’ 

Westcon’s sales revenues for Plantronics have consistently grown year-on-year at an impressive rate due to the increase in mobile and remote working, and has specialist teams and programmes in place to support local and global deployments. 

David Grant, senior vice president, Westcon Convergence, said, ‘Westcon is honoured to have won this award and it is testament to our investment, commitment and solid partnership with Plantronics, plus the dedication and hard work of the Westcon teams and our channel partners. 

‘Westcon has seen a rapid uptake in mobile and collaborative working amongst businesses of all sizes across the globe, especially since the introduction of Microsoft Lync into our portfolio. Plantronics’ audio solutions enable companies to seamlessly work remotely and on the move whilst accessing video and voice.’

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