SCC, Europe’s biggest independent technology solutions provider, today announced it has been named the 2020 Global Solution Provider of the Year and 2020 UK&I Service Provider of the Year by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).
SCC is a Platinum Partner for HPE, achieved over a 30+ year relationship, with over 400 HPE accreditations and more Master ASE Data Centre and Cloud Architects than any other HPE partner in the UK.
At the HPE Partner Growth Summit Virtual Experience, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced the winners of the 2020 HPE Partner of the Year Awards. These channel partners from across the partner ecosystem have been awarded for their for outstanding performance, commitment to customer excellence, focus on growth and innovation, and professional achievements.
James Rigby, Chief Executive of SCC, said: “I’m proud to accept these awards on behalf of SCC. To win two awards including HPE Global Solution Provider of the Year represents a significant achievement and is affirmation of our strong, long-term partnership, built over more than 30 years. Our two businesses collaborate closely and have experienced countless successes together, providing continuous innovation and solutions that lead the global technology market.”
Adam Clark, National Sales Director at SCC, added: “Our partnership with HPE creates real added value for our customers and that’s why we’re delighted to be recognised as the best global solutions provider. We understand the value of our partnership and share a common goal with HPE: to help customers achieve their growth potential through technology innovation.”
“I’m proud to recognise our channel partners who raise the standard of business excellence and demonstrate continued commitment to our joint customers,” said Paul Hunter, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Partner Sales, HPE. “HPE is dedicated to enabling our partners with tools and solutions that will spark innovation in their own business. By collaborating and growing together, we are able to deliver the outcomes our customers need to prosper.”