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We are proud to announce that Servium has been awarded Lenovo Growth Partner of the Year FY18-19!
We were delighted to pick up this award last night at Lenovo Accelerate 2019. It recognises the 500% growth we have seen in our Lenovo business over the last 12 months. This incredible growth coincides with the gathering trend of digital transformation in the workplace and highlights the innovation that Lenovo provides across its excellent product and solution lineup. The convergence of these two factors has seen our immensely valuable partnership with Lenovo grow year-on-year and go from strength-to-strength as a result.
The recipe for success
Managing Director, Paul Barlow, collected the award on behalf of the whole team at a prestigious partner ceremony. Lenovo hosted a wonderful evening where we were able to celebrate our successes with other Lenovo Partners from across the UK. Commenting on the win, Barlow said: “Winning this award is a testament to the hard work and efforts of the Servium team and I cannot thank them enough. We’ve seen extraordinary growth with Lenovo which sets us apart from the rest of their channel and is something I am very proud of. I firmly believe that our desire to deliver great experiences for our customers, matched with a comprehensive family of technology and great support from Lenovo has been critical to our success. We’ll be cracking open the champagne at Servium Towers soon!”.
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