Sydney, Australia – 22 September 2009 Today Hewlett Packard announced that JDS Australia has been awarded the FY08 HP Software and Solutions Business Service Management Partner of the Year. Remarkably, this is the fourth consecutive year JDS have received one of the coveted HP Partner of the Year awards, an unparalleled achievement of which JDS is particularly proud.
Managing Director of JDS, John Bearsley, said,
“We are delighted to have won this award as a reflection of the great results we are achieving with our clients. Forging our position as HP Software’s premier partner and consistently featuring as the recipient of the major partner awards has been no mean feat. It has required paying great attention to the needs of our clients, substantial investment in the training and ongoing development of our team and the strong commitment of the JDS management. The results speak for themselves. JDS continues to grow from strength to strength with our customers benefiting from our skills, expertise and experience”.
Andrew Wiltshire, Channel Manager for HP Software and Solutions South Pacific, confirmed the award adding,
“As one of the largest and most recognised IT companies in the world, Hewlett Packard sets and expects high standards from its partner organisations. JDS, a Platinum partner with HP Software and Solutions, has again demonstrated its expertise in our products and in delivering these solutions for their clients. We congratulate them on this award and look forward to building upon this success in the future”.
Winning this prestigious award caps off an extremely successful year for JDS that includes significant national growth including the opening of new headquarters offices in Melbourne, an expansion of JDS’ Premium Customer Support offering to include local 24×7 coverage and the release of a number of in-house developed tools and utilities to further assist clients. JDS intends to continue this momentum and maintain its reputation as the leading testing, monitoring and IT operations technical specialists in the Australian market.