News : En Pointe Technologies Elected Dell Software Partner of the Year
Los Angeles, CA November 6, 2014 -- En Pointe Technologies, a Microsoft Licensing Solution Provider (LSPs) and systems integrator, announces it has won Dell’s Software Partner of the Year Award for Dell’s Fiscal Year 2015.
The annual awards that honor Dell partners for demonstrating innovation, Better Together programs, and exemplary solutions for customers were presented at the Dell Partner Summit in Austin, Texas, on November 4th. Award winners were selected from a group of nominations based on their dedicated use of Dell technologies to provide solutions for their customers’ needs.
"Our dedicated team of Dell specialists take great pride in making sure our customers are implementing the right technologies for their IT environments, and more specifically, solutions that will improve productivity and communications, while lowering operational costs," said Michael Rapp, president of En Pointe Technologies. "We look forward to furthering our already long standing relationship with Dell, while continuing to provide unmatched expertise in desktops and workstations, laptops and tablets, networking, security, servers, software, storage, and system management and virtualization."
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Dell was founded in 1984 by Michael Dell on the simple concept; that by selling computer systems directly to customers, we could best understand their needs and efficiently provide the most effective computing solutions to meet those needs. Established in Ireland in 1990., Dell is Ireland 19s largest exporter, *largest technology company and its second largest company overall**. Dell has two locations in Ireland - a European manufacturing facility, based in Limerick and a European Business Campus, based in Cherrywood, Co Dublin. Dell promotes and values continuous learning and has driven Business Process Improvements (BPI) into all elements of its operations in Ireland. The approach has been to educate employees to think from the customer perspective and to use a methodology and toolset to improve everything they do.
Published: Friday, November 7, 2014