Dimension Data receives 2015 Thailand Unified Communication System Integrator of the Year Awards from Frost & Sullivan
Dimension Data has been awarded the 2015 Thailand Unified Communication System Integrator of the Year award from Frost & Sullivan, a global growth consulting company.
Frost & Sullivan said that the award recognized the system integrator that has shown exemplary growth and performance in 2014 in Thailand. The contenders of the award were evaluated based on revenue and revenue growth in Unified Communication applications, market share and market share gain, UC strategy and portfolio diversity and key achievements.
We are honoured to win the award from Frost & Sullivan. The award underscores our outstanding capabilities in delivering organization-wide UC solutions and services, extending from voice, visual communications, telecommunications management through to Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS),” said Sutas Kongdumrongkiat, Managing Director, Dimension Data Thailand.
“Our success can be attributed to our ability to offer customised UC offerings based on clients’ requirements, as well as the strong relationships we built with our clients and partners. Moving forward, we endeavor to continue such best practices to consistently delight our clients and grow our business,” he added. Harsh Upadhyay, Industry Analyst, ICT Practice Asia Pacific at Frost & Sullivan said that despite a competitive market scenario, Dimension Data was able to grow at above the average market rate due to strong relationships in key global accounts and entry into new local accounts.
“Dimension Data recorded an exceptional growth in 2014, outperforming its competitors in the Thai Unified Communications market,” he said, adding that strong local relationships coupled with global delivery expertise helped the system integrator bag multiple projects from domestic and global companies across verticals, with a stronghold in manufacturing and banking domain.
The prolonged list of satisfied customers is a testament to Dimension Data’s performance, Upadhyay said.