CentraStage wins Cloud Provider of the Year 2012 Award

CentraStage wins Cloud Provider of the Year 2012 Award

posted in Redstor ● 19 Nov 2012

On Wednesday, November 14th, The UK IT Industry Awards took place at the Battersea Park Events Arena in London. With over 1,300 guests in attendance, the awards brought together some of the industry’s leading Cloud service providers.CentraStage, Redstor’s cloud IT asset and device management partner, had made it through as a finalist in the category of Cloud provider of 2012 and with competition from the likes of Salesforce, BT, Autonomy, Interroute, Northgate, ServiceNow and Microsoft; were far from favourites to be announced as winners of this prestigious award.However, a combination of CentraStage’s achievements in innovation, success over the course of 2012; and an impressive presentation to the panel of judges by CEO Christian Nagele and CTO Ian van Reenen was enough to persuade the panel that CentraStage would be worthy winners of the award.Christian Nagele was quoted after receiving the award, saying “This is great news for everyone here at CentraStage and a well deserved treat for all the team members”.From everyone at Redstor, heartfelt congratulations to our partners over at CentraStage.
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