EMPR is a Finalist in the 2016 ARN ICT Awards for the second time in a row.

EMPR has been shortlisted as 1 of 5 finalists by the panel made up of: ARN’s President and Publisher, Susan Searle; ARN editor, James Henderson; ARN Deputy Editor, Hafizah Osman; Channel Dynamics’ Moheb Moses; and Hall of Fame inductee, David Henderson.

This year once again, our Chief Commercial Officer and Marketing team jointly worked on addressing the selection criteria for the Hardware Distributor category. EMPR prides itself on offering exceptional product range and customer service along with advanced logistics capabilities and channel partner initiatives through marketing, lead generation, training, technical support and tailored solutions over the past 12 months.

Being chosen as 1 of the top 5 finalists has reinforced our vision and goal of being one of Australia’s most preferred authorised parts distributors. It is definitely a very rewarding and fulfilling achievement as it has given us a confident reassurance that we are doing business right! Being up against some of the biggest names in the IT industry we are proud of how far we have come as a highly regarded company.

EMPR’s Chief Commercial Officer – Bryce McIntosh and Chief Executive Officer – Mark Penfold will be attending the 10th annual awards & celebration dinner at the Four points by Sheraton Sydney, on 15th Sept, 2016. Both are looking forward to the night, meeting all the channel partners and other distributors who were nominated.

The ARN ICT Awards recognize and celebrate channel excellence over the past year across the ICT industry. This year, ARN Celebrates its 25th year along with hosting its 10th annual awards for Australian IT Companies. The nominations span across 8 categories: Vendor, Distributor, Partner, Homegrown Innovators, Personal Innovation, Telecommunications and butt. EMPR Australia was nominated as part of the Hardware Distributor Category. This category award honours those organisations that best represent vendors and enables partners to secure customer sales growth revenue streams.

It’s now over to the judging panel of over 100 distinguished judges from the ICT industry to nominate a “Winner” and a “Highly Commended”. Judges make their selections based on the way nominees have responded to the criteria, along with their knowledge of the organisation in the channel over the last 12 months.

Congratulations to all who made it as finalists!

View 2016 finalists for all categories here: http://www.arnnet.com.au/article/604430/2016-arn-ict-industry-awards-finalists/