One Avaya channel partner stood out as the overall winner.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

February 14, 2017

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**Editor’s Note: Click here for our recent list of “Top Partners: The Best of the Best,” featuring channel partners recognized by numerous companies in the industry.**

AVAYA ENGAGE — IPC, Alliance Data, STL Communications, Windstream and ConvergeOne are the winners of Avaya Partner Awards at its Engage conference in Las Vegas.

The awards, presented to channel and vendor partners, are the first accolades to be presented at the five-day event and recognize partners across five categories, including: innovation, networking, midmarket, cloud and services; as well as an overall award for Partner of the Year.

“Hats off to all of our partners who join us this week to participate in Avaya Engage, and special congratulations to our award winners for their commitment to customers and passion to drive results,” said Gary Levy, Avaya’s vice president of U.S. channels. “Our partners are an important part to Avaya’s success, and it’s with great honor to recognize this year’s winners.”{ad}

The following winners were announced during the Engage ceremony:

  • Innovation Partner of the Year: IPC                         

  • Networking Partner of the Year: Alliance Data

  • Midmarket Partner of the Year: STL Communications

  • Cloud Partner of the Year: Windstream

  • Service Partner of the Year: ConvergeOne

  • Overall Partner of the Year: ConvergeOne

“As an Avaya partner, ConvergeOne has demonstrated best-in-class growth in services with superb renewal rates, excellent customer retention and delivery metrics that demonstrate their absolute customer focus,” Levy said. “Not only have they grown their Avaya Networking business five times over since 2015, but they have also been integral in several large strategic Breeze wins for Avaya in 2016.”

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About the Author(s)

Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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