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Online polling begins for Channel awards

Channel Middle East's reader's best of awards open for online voting now

Online voting for the Readers' ‘Best' Awards categories has opened...giving readers of Channel Middle East an opportunity to have their say on which vendor and distribution programmes have positively influenced the reseller community in the past year.

There are two reader-voted categories in the Channel Middle East Awards - Best Vendor Channel Programme of the Yearand Best Growth Initiative by a Distributor- and the winner of each will be announced at a gala dinner and awards ceremony on Wednesday 26th March.

Both categories are fiercely contested, with eight finalists in the Vendor Channel Programme segment and five finalists in the Distribution Initiative segment.

In alphabetical order, AMD, Cisco, EMC, HP, Intel, Motorola, Netgear and US Robotics are all staking their claim for the vendor prize, while Almasa, Al Yousuf, Aptec, Comstor and Online Distribution are challenging for the distribution equivalent.

The Readers' ‘Best' Awards are extremely prestigious categories to win because they are decided solely by the readers of Channel Middle East - IT traders, resellers, VARs, solution providers, systems integrators and retailers. These companies understand what programmes and initiatives really make a difference to the way they work.

To vote in the Readers' ‘Best' categories, click on the link below, read the summary of each finalist and then select the vendor programme and distribution initiative that you believe has most benefited the channel community.

www.itp.net/events/channelmeawards/voting.php

Voting will close at 18.00 on Sunday 9th March. Please note that readers can only vote once, while any attempts by finalists to vote for themselves will not be counted.

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