Business communications and IT services provider, Daisy Group has been awarded Gold Business Partner status, the highest tier available from global hardware manufacturer Lenovo.
The announcement follows a period of accelerated revenue growth over the last 12 months, during which Daisy’s Lenovo revenue stream achieved over 170% year-on-year growth.
Andrew Pring, Group Vendor Alliances & Supply Chain Services Director at Daisy Group, comments: “It’s fantastic to gain this level of recognition from our vendor partners. Lenovo underpins our desktop lifecycle services to some of Daisy’s longest-serving and most prestigious customers. It’s exciting to consider what more we can achieve together as this partnership continues to develop.”
Commenting on Daisy’s new status level, Andy Bass, UKI SMB & B2B Channel Director at Lenovo said, “Daisy has attained Lenovo Gold Partner status by demonstrating excellence in providing end-user computing solutions and delivering innovation to its customers. We look forward to the continued development of this relationship for the mutual benefit of both organisations.”
This new accreditation, coupled with the Group’s service excellence, further enhances confidence within its supply chain division – part of the business which supports end-user hardware and software needs across the whole of the Daisy Group.
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