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Fujitsu Announces 2015 Award Winners for Australia at APAC Select Partner Conference


News facts:

  • Annual APAC Select Partner Conference held in Tokyo, Japan, to coincide with Fujitsu’s flagship event, Fujitsu Forum Tokyo.
  • Award categories include Best PRIMERGY (Server), ETERNUS (Storage), Business Developer, Solutions Provider and Distributor.
  • Australian winners in each category; Nexus IT (PRIMERGY), PowerNET (Business Developer), PSQ Group (ETERNUS), Dicker Data (Distributor) & Digital Sense (Solution Provider).
Sydney, May 25, 2015 Fujitsu has announced that its Australian partners were winners across five key categories of the Annual Select Partner awards presented at the Asia Pacific Partner Conference 2015 in Tokyo, Japan on May 13. Held each year to coincide with Fujitsu’s flagship event, Fujitsu Forum Tokyo, the APAC conference offers Fujitsu partners a unique opportunity to network with peers from across APAC, along with senior executives from the Fujitsu Global business.

More than 1,500 partners from Asia and Oceania were eligible to submit nominations to this year’s APAC awards. In a significant performance, Fujitsu’s partners in Australia were successful in each of the major categories, taking home five of the 20 awards presented at the conference:



Best PRIMERGY Partner 2015

Nexus IT Communications Solutions

Best ETERNUS Partner 2015

PSQ Group

Best Business Developer 2015

PowerNET IT Solutions

Solution Business Leadership 2015

Digital Sense Pty Ltd

Best Distributor 2015

Dicker Data Limited

Daniel Campbell, Channel Manager at Fujitsu Australia said: “This is only the third year that Australia has participated in the APAC Select Partner Conference, and to have award winners across the spectrum shows just how far our Channel Business has come in that time. We are fortunate to have such a diverse and committed partner community. These awards are a fantastic opportunity for us to recognise their capabilities and efforts in our region.”
Fujitsu has invested significantly in developing its Channel Business in Australia. Following a relaunch of the Select Partner Program and expansion of the product range to include laptops and desktops, it has grown by more than 315 percent in the last two years.

Award Winner Quotes

David Dicker, Chairman & CEO, Dicker Data, said: “We’re very pleased to be named Fujitsu’s Best Distributor for 2015. We’re seeing strong growth in the Fujitsu portfolio and this result is a reflection of all of the hard work our team has put in.”

Ben Donaldson, Director of PSQ Group, said: “PSQ Group is honoured to receive the Best ETERNUS Partner award in recognition of the work we’ve put into developing a successful partnership with Fujitsu and educating customers in the quality and performance of Fujitsu Storage Products. We see this as just the beginning of a long and successful partnership with Fujitsu, not just in the storage product portfolio, but across all Fujitsu products and services.”

Daniel Williams, Managing Director of PowerNET, said: “We were thrilled to receive the award for Best Business Developer 2015. It affirms our decision to move to Fujitsu and recognises the success we’ve had. It has been a collective effort from our technical and business development team to quickly adopt the Fujitsu product range. The support and guidance offered by the Fujitsu Channel team has been first class, they have enabled us through technical training, business support, marketing and sales support. At PowerNET we look forward to a long and prosperous relationship built on mutual respect and success.’

Sean Murphy, Principal at Nexus IT, said in receiving the Winner of the Best PRIMERGY (Server) Award: “Nexus IT is very pleased to accept the award for our commercial win against all comers, and subsequent implementation of a project code named ‘Ferrari’ (because it goes faster than all of the other solutions).”

Indicative of Fujitsu’s channel initiatives, was the conference business tour. Sean Murphy spent a week with the Fujitsu Australia Channel team in Japan visiting manufacturing facilities and the Fujitsu expo at the Tokyo International Forum centre. Murphy was “blown away by the breadth of innovation that Fujitsu had on display and its leadership position it is taking in IoT, retail and banking, and with software and hardware ecosystems that deliver real outcomes. Point products like the palm scanner for secure access were also fascinating and open new opportunities for Nexus here in Australia”.


About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. Approximately 159,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.8 trillion yen (US$40 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015.
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About Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand

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Date: 25 May, 2015
City: Sydney