EMC Storage Wins Company of the Year Award

For the sixth straight year, EMC has been name a CRN Company of the Year.

After in-depth CRN surveys throughout North America, CRN announced that EMC storage hardware and software products had captured the top award in three categories including the Enterprise Network Storage category.

EMC Storage Hardware and Software Sweep Awards

EMC storage hardware and software products have helped EMC win the Company of the Year award for six straight years in the categories of Enterprise Network Storage and Backup and Recovery Software.

In the SMB (small-to-medium businesses) Network Storage category, EMC storage hardware took the top prize for the second consecutive year.

EMC’s recognition in this category is partly due to the success of their small business edition of the EMC VNX storage hardware known as the VNXe.

Helping EMC to sweep the CRN awards was EMC’s security division, referred to as RSA, which also received a Company of the Year award in the Security Software category.

The CRN Company of the Year Award

The 2012 CRN Annual Report Card helps to measure industry excellence in the IT community.

The awards were announced in Dallas, Texas on August 21 during the annual XChange Americas Conference where EMC representatives were present to receive the awards.

The CRN Annual Report Card is the result of more than 3,700 surveys completed by solution providers throughout North America. The surveys are designed to measure satisfaction with vendor products, support, and channel programs.

Survey questions cover 23 categories, and result in Company of the Year awards for the highest score in three sub-categories that include product innovation, support, and partnership.

Please click here to read more about EMC’s success in the 2012 CRN Annual Report Card (ARC) surveys.


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