Quick Heal Technologies awarded the CRN Channel Champion
Mumbai, India, May 30, 2013: Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd., an IT security solution provider, has announced that it has been conferred with the CRN Channel Champion title for fifth time in the antivirus (AV) category for consumers. This win comes close on the heels of the DQWeek’s King of Channels title. In DQWeek’s survey, channel partners voted Quick Heal as “most channel friendly” company, where the company outdid its competitors under several factors like channel hierarchy, margins, geographical presence and popularity among consumers as “essential AV”.
Abhijit Jorvekar, VP Sales and Marketing, said, “The award is recognition of our sincere efforts to be the most partner-friendly vendor. Needless to say, we are respected not only for serving as a valuable resource for technology integrators but in fostering trustworthy and mutually beneficial partnerships”.
“In our case, partner goodwill is also generated because of our exceptional tech support. Cumulatively, we invest in channel partners’ success by offering them above and beyond additional incentives; tools that will help ensure business success. This demonstrates a strong commitment to the partnership,” added Abhijit.
CRN’s annual Channel Champion awards are based on the results of a series of surveys conducted with top solution providers. The CRN Channel Champions survey is the largest and extensive technology integrator market study in the industry, measuring the overall perceptions of vendor products and services by IT Solution Providers. Awards are presented to vendors based on the perception of their Channel partners in the areas of technological satisfaction, support satisfaction and financial benefits. In continuation with its trend of working on improvements, Quick Heal (QH) has beaten its own ratings on all channel satisfaction parameters as compared to its scores last year. One aspect where QH scored far higher than its competitors was channel profitability.
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