Deloitte Wins Three Awards at HP DISCOVER Americas

Deloitte received three “Partner of the Year“ awards at HP DISCOVER Americas, HP’s annual enterprise technology education and training event held in Las Vegas.

Deloitte won two HP AllianceONE Partner of the Year honors for both Global System Integration Innovator Award and HP Converged Infrastructure Solution for Government.

Deloitte also won the HP Software Global System Integrator Partner of the Year Award for innovative solutions leveraging HP software.

“This recognition reinforces our commitment to bringing leading edge, high-quality solutions to clients,” said John Keffer, director of Deloitte Consulting. “By effectively leveraging this client-centric alliance, we are able to deliver specific Deloitte service offerings and HP technologies to meet customer needs.”

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