HP Names Carahsoft Federal Reseller Of 2012; Craig Abod Comments

Hewlett-Packard has awarded its 2012 federal reseller partner of the year award to Carahsoft Technology Corp.

Carahsoft said it was selected for its sales and marketing collaboration with HP while serving public sector clients.

Carahsoft wants to expand its team and help HP grow in the federal market, Carahsoft President Craig Abod said in a release.

Carahsoft also received HP’s business development partner of the year award in 2011 and the public sector partner of the year honor in 2010.

The new award marks the third consecutive year Carahsoft has received an award from HP for helping in public sector sales initiatives.

HP made the announcement at its Discover Americas 2012 conference in Las Vegas for training and education.

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