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NetSuite’s 2019 A/NZ Partner Awards winners!

18 Feb 2020

Oracle NetSuite announced the winners of its annual A/NZ Partner Awards last night. 

The awards recognised the top five NetSuite partners in A/NZ based on their contribution to the success of the NetSuite A/NZ partner network in 2019.

“Each year, our A/NZ Partner Awards recognise and celebrate the success of our partners,” says Oracle NetSuite JAPAC senior sales director Vijay Raghvani.

“I’m so pleased to congratulate Fusion5, JCurve, DWR and Ogg Solutions for being this year's winners. We continue to be inspired by the dedication of our partners and their innovation both within and beyond our channel ecosystem. I look forward to working closely with them in 2020 to unlock new growth opportunities.”

The 2019 NetSuite A/NZ Partner Award winners are:

Top A/NZ Partner 2019 AND Top A/NZ Expansion Partner 2019  

Fusion5 


 

Top New Business Partner 2019  

JCurve Solutions


 

Highest Growth Partner 2019  

DWR


 

Rising Star Partner 2019  

Ogg Solutions


The 2019 NetSuite ANZ Partner Awards were presented at Squires Landing in Circular Quay on Monday, 17 February at the start of SuiteConnect Sydney 2019. 

Every year, SuiteConnect Sydney brings together hundreds of NetSuite users, prospective customers, partners, press and industry influencers at the #1 Cloud ERP event in the region.

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