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Netmagic bags three cloud and data center service awards

16 Jan 18

The 2018 CIO Choice awards recently took place in Mumbai, India, and Netmagic was one of the evening’s big winners. 

The subsidiary of NTT Communications took home three awards in the multi-cloud, hybrid cloud and data center managed services categories. 

Netmagic’s CEO and managing director, Sharad Sanghi, comments on the win, "We are extremely delighted to be honoured in 3 categories for CIO CHOICE Awards across Cloud and Data Center categories.”

“We are immensely grateful to the CIO community for their continued faith in us and helping us win, for 4 consecutive years in some of the categories. This is a testimony to our leadership in Cloud and Data Center Managed Services."

Winners of CIO CHOICE 2018 are determined through a 3 stage process, which begins with the call for applications.

These are then validated by the CIO Choice Advisory Panel comprising eminent CIOs from enterprises like GE Global, Vodafone, State Bank of India, National Stock Exchange, and Yes Bank. 

This year was the event’s 6th annual ceremony. The event recognised 25 ICT brands across 48 categories. 

This year saw the introduction of new categories focused on key emerging technologies, like multi cloud, and enterprise AI assistant. The competition was fierce with over 200 entries from large as well as small and medium enterprises. 

CORE Media’s founder and president, Anoop Mathur, adds, “Congratulations Netmagic for winning the CIOs’ Gold Seal of Trust and being felicitated at CIO CHOICE 2018.”

“This validation from the CIO community highlights the brand’s creative vision, customer-centric philosophy and practical leadership in providing a wide array of capabilities and driving business value for their customers.”

Mathur concludes, “The ICT brands recognised at CIO CHOICE 2018 are great examples of how IT is changing the face of business.”

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