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Data Center Power Distribution Company Server Technology Announces Resellers of the Year
It’s always nice to get a friendly pat on the back from a partner you frequently do business with, and for Mirapath, Inc. and Midwest Computer Accessories, that pat came from Server Technology (News - Alert) as the two companies were dubbed Server Technology’s “Reseller of the Year” partners. The award honors the companies for their sale of Server Technology data center power distribution solutions over the past year.
“We’re thrilled to recognize Mirapath and Midwest Computer Accessories as our inaugural Reseller of the Year recipients,” said Brandon Ewing, president of Server Technology. “Both of these channel partners demonstrate a deep command of our technologies as well as a level of sales expertise and engagement that goes far beyond that of the typical resale partner. They have consciously chosen to fully engage with Server Tech and represent our solutions in the same fashion as we do ourselves. This partnership creates a WIN-WIN scenario for all. We think of Mirapath and Midwest Computer as extensions of our own company.”
Server Technology – a leading provider of data center power distribution products – offers a multitude of power distribution and monitoring solutions that help manage power capacity, reduce downtime and improve energy efficiency. Its offering of Sentry CDUs are engineered and manufactured to meet the highest quality standards and are 100 percent performance tested for reliability and accuracy.
For Mirapath, a California-based company that specializes in data center and lab infrastructure solutions, the honor means a lot as the company has been a partner of Server Technology’s for more than six years and it aims to create long-term relationships with their customers, according to officials.
“We are proud to be Server Technology’s Reseller of the Year for the West,” said Doris Yeh, director of sales at Mirapath, Inc. “Server Tech’s innovation and superb customer service make it easy for us to partner with them and represent their power solutions. We look forward to many more years of working together in delivering intelligent solutions that enable companies to better control their data centers and be more agile while lowering their operating costs.”
Expressing a similar sentiment, Midwest Computer Accessories, an Indiana-based company that specializes in data center infrastructure products, extols in the news after being a channel partner to Server Technology for five years.
“As the power experts in the industry, Server Tech brings terrific knowledge, experience, people and products to the data centers that we serve,” said Tom Dale, president of Midwest Computer Accessories. “No other PDU vendor has this kind of expertise, solutions and overall value. We’re proud to have been selected as Server Tech’s Reseller of the Year for the East and are continuing to grow our relationship with them. Server Technology’s partner program makes it easy for Midwest to participate in the data center expansions being seen across all industries and geographies that we serve.”
Edited by Rich Steeves
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