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IT underdog shortlisted twice in CRN Channel Awards 2018

6th September 2018
Alex Lynn

Innovative remote working advocates and IT value-added-reseller 64TEQ have been shortlisted for the second year running in the CRN Channel Awards 2018. On Friday 31st August the shortlist was revealed which places 64TEQ in two extremely competitive UK-wide categories, Rising Star Award and Cloud Services Provider of the Year.

Listed as finalists against national names like Insight UK, the nomination highlights the impressive work that 64TEQ have completed over the past 12 months. Growing at an exponential rate, the organisation is one of the first to offer ‘seven day 'till 10pm’ Account Manager support and remote working for all employees, regardless of their role and rank.

64TEQ holds a roster of five star reviews from past and present clients, ‘Team64’ place the highest emphasis on employee satisfaction and professional development, believing that happy employees create happy customers; it definitely seems to be working.

Founder and Director of 64TEQ, Bandish Nayee, said: “Being shortlisted for both of these awards is a phenomenal achievement for us, and I have Team64, our customers and our partners to thank for the success we’re seeing on a daily basis. Sitting as a finalist in the Cloud Services Provider of the Year category is just incredible. Knowing the big brands that we’re up against is daunting of course, but we’re honoured to have been placed into those ranks as an equal. It’s definitely a David and Goliath moment, that’s for sure!”

All the award finalists will be judged to select an eventual winner by a panel of esteemed industry specialists such as June Thompson, European Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry Leader at IBM, and Tony Lock, Programme Director at Freeform Dynamics.

The winner of both awards will be announced at the annual awards ceremony which is being held this year at Battersea Park in London on Thursday 15th November.

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