Total has again won the prestigious Corporate Reseller of the Year Award at the CRN Channel Awards. Total’s fourth CRN award win was announced at an awards ceremony on Thursday, in London.
“We’re overjoyed to have won this award – we were shortlisted alongside some of the biggest names in the industry, so winning says a lot about what Total can do for its customers,” comments Aidan Groom, Managing Director at Total.
“Total's entry demonstrated its excellent track record of meeting the needs of corporate organisations and delivering the very best service and consistent support,” explains Head Judge, Sara Yirrell. “It also showcased the superb working environment they’ve created along with the excellent work they’re doing with key vendors, the complementary services they’ve developed and some of the extra help they offer their customers. A deserving winner in a very competitive category.”
The CRN Channel Awards aim to highlight the industry’s leading vendors, distributors and resellers. Now in their twenty-sixth year, these highly respected awards are often referred to as ‘the Oscars’ of the UK IT industry. Rather than using public votes, the CRN Channel Awards are judged by a panel of industry experts that rigorously score each entry against set criteria.
The award for Corporate Reseller of the Year specifically recognises excellence in the delivery of solutions, service and support to corporate customers together with the reseller’s ability to deliver real commercial benefits to end user organisations.
The 2019 award isn’t Total’s first success at the CRN Channel Awards. The company has entered the awards six times in the last eight years and each time has been a shortlisted finalist, winning four times and being highly commended (effectively runner-up) once more.
“Our record of CRN success shows Total to be a safe choice IT provider for UK organisations,” explains Aidan Groom. “But these successes are very much a team effort and I’d like to thank our customers, business partners and team for their many contributions – they should see this as their award too.”