We are thrilled to announce that we have recently achieved Platinum Partnership status with Lenovo! Awarded off the back of several recent successes, including large device rollouts and intelligent storage solutions that harness Lenovo technology, we are exceedingly proud to now be recognised as a Lenovo Platinum Partner.
A long and prosperous partnership
We’ve been working with Lenovo for almost ten years, and our knowledge of their portfolio has only grown in-line with the relationship. Having now made the natural progression from Gold to a Platinum Partner, this sought-after accolade further demonstrates our rich, in-depth understanding of Lenovo’s broad product and services offering.
Our MD, Paul Barlow, is excited that the partnership is continuing to grow from strength to strength. “We’re honoured to have been awarded Platinum Partner status by Lenovo. The achievement is a fantastic testament to the hard work and dedication we’ve put in to getting to know their solutions inside and out.”
A great relationship for great IT
Together, Servium and Lenovo are committed to providing the latest leading-edge solutions to our customers and helping them achieve great IT. Since the inception of our partnership back in 2010, we’ve shared the ambition to transform the customer experience with exceptional technology for those who do. As a Platinum Partner, we’re now even better equipped to deliver this vision to our customers.
If you’d like to know more about what our Platinum Partnership status means for you, speak to one of the Servium team.
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