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Network Professional Services wins Centrify APAC partner award

13 Apr 15

Centrify has introduced its inaugural Centrify Channel Partner Network Awards Program and announced the company’s top performing channel partners around the world.

The inaugural Australian winner of the Centrify Channel Partner Network Award for APAC is Melbourne-based Network Professional Services (NPS), which has deployed Centrify for a large number of customers including Essendon Volkswagen.

Centrify Corporation delivers unified identity management across cloud, mobile and data centre environments. This includes single sign-on for users and unified identity management software and cloud-based Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) solutions.

The annual global program recognises partners for their outstanding delivery and execution on every level of engagement, including customer acquisition and retention, market execution, sales performance and sales effectiveness.

In 2014, Centrify more than doubled its channel revenue and announced the world’s first subscription-based managed service provider (MSP) program. 

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