NEXTDC named most reliable data centre at APAC Business Awards
The APAC Business Awards have recognised NEXTDC for its expertise within the data centre industry, dedication to customer service and commitment to promoting excellence. The awards process entails extensive research, with the judging process driven by merit. Victors are not determined by popularity of votes, but by their demonstrated contribution to their industry.
The APAC Business Awards celebrate the success of companies of all sizes across the APAC region. The 2020 APAC Business Awards program was designed to offer a counterpoint to the challenges of the year by focusing on those that achieved success over the last 12 months. The awards represent and recognise the achievements of companies that can be described as leaders on the greater professional landscape.
In the current COVID-19 climate and beyond, NEXTDC plays a critical role in supporting customers, industries and the economy by enabling organisations to accelerate and drive successful business outcomes for their digital-first strategies. The award emphasised NEXTDC’s capability to support organisations through their transformation journey and beyond.
David Dzienciol, Chief Customer and Commercial Officer at NEXTDC, noted that organisations are relying on their IT infrastructure more than ever, making it imperative to ensure their reliability.
“It’s a great honour to be recognised by the APAC Business Awards as Australia’s most reliable data centre. Delivering an uncompromised level of reliability is at the heart of NEXTDC’s brand promise, and we have spent the last decade building our business around providing world-class services to our customers and partners and fostering a culture that champions innovation and excellence,” Dzienciol said.
Awards coordinator Katherine Benton congratulated all those that were recognised in the 2020 Business Awards.
“Data and its availability form the most valued commodity in business today. System downtime and the unavailability of data has a material impact on revenue and reputation. The unavailability, or poor performance from digital systems has a marked impact on productivity, customer experience and he bottom line. These strategic digital assets now form the heart of every digital business, and without reliable critical infrastructure like NEXTDC’s, there is no heartbeat,” Dzienciol said.
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