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Siemens recognises performance of its channel partners

Anuradha Shukla | Feb. 22, 2012
Hosts annual GO! Conference in Bangkok.

Siemens PLM Software recently hosted an event to recognise the performance of its channel partners.

The company presented awards to deserving channel partners during the annual GO! Conference held in January 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand.

The theme for this year's conference was 'One Team, One Vision' and about 400 people from channel sales and strategic alliance partner companies attended this grand event.

Siemens PLM Software distributed awards in categories such as Asia Pacific Top Partner and Asia Pacific Top Country Partner, among others. 

The company notes that it views channel partners as being part of a team rather than separate entities.

"The conference has been perfect to meet up with old and new colleagues, share ideas and good practice, and recognise great performance with various awards," said Angus Marshall, vice president, solution partner sales, Asia Pacific, Siemens PLM Software. "This is one powerful and motivated team, geared up to take our HD-PLM vision to the market like never before!"

Teaming for growth and success 

In line with the theme for this year's conference, Siemens PLM Software organised several breakout sessions to help its partners perform even better in today's highly competitive and dynamic business environment.

Siemens PLM Software and their Channel Partners aim to work in one team to enable their customers to make smarter decisions.

The annual GO! Conference also served as the ideal platform to meet up with old and new colleagues as well as share ideas and good practice with those attending the event.

The Asia Pacific Top Partner Award was bagged by Information Services International-Dentsu; the Country Top Partner Award for China was given to Shanghai United Grand Information Technology Co and DesignTech Systems received the award for Country Top Partner, India. 


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