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Altron BDS scoops Xerox partner award

April 15, 2019

Altron Bytes Document Solutions (BDS) has revealed that it has been awarded the Xerox Middle East and Africa (MEA) Partner of the Year Award.

The company also won the Xerox Managed Print Excellence Award and scooped a shared award for Xerox Production Excellence for 2018, as IT-Online reveals.

These awards were handed out at Xerox’s recent MEA Partner Conference, hosted in Madrid this month.

Altron BDS is no stranger to Xerox awards, having already received the MEA Partner of the Year Award during the last four years, in addition to the Xerox Office System Group Award in 2017 and “four major awards in 2015”.

“Altron BDS has once again demonstrated exceptional performance in the Xerox MEA region which was achieved against a backdrop of tough global and regional economic developments,” says Johan Basson, MD of Altron BDS.

“These results demonstrate the critical importance of a strong, dedicated, loyal and professional team, and I am honoured to lead such a committed and skilled group of people. I would like to thank my employees and all our business partners for contributing to this success. This is the highest honour bestowed upon a partner in Xerox MEA and highlight the fact that Altron BDS is among the top Xerox partners in the world and certainly the best in the MEA region.

“We remain aligned with, and committed to Xerox and I am pleased that Xerox has recognised the superior job that our teams do. The recognition for our hard work is highly rewarding and appreciated, and we will continue to deliver exceptional value to our customers. While businesses remain cautious for 2019, results like these make me optimistic for the future, and I am confident that we will continue to excel.

“It is a privilege to celebrate the successes and growth of our partners and to reward excellence for 2018,” says Kevin Gould, regional manager South and Central Africa for Xerox MEA.

“Altron BDS has played an important role in continuing our leadership in the document technology sector across the 26 sub-Sahara countries it services, and their results in a very challenging economy is commendable. The technology industry is constantly evolving, and we are pleased that our partners continue to strengthen our value proposition to our customers.”

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