Namibia’s Green Enterprise Solutions recently walked away with Lenovo’s Channel Award at their annual awards show. This award goes to Lenovo’s Channel Partners that have excelled in their business, with Green winning in the category ISG-SADC partner for the 2021/2022 financial year.
The event was attended by Lenovo’s partners from South Africa as well as other countries within the Southern African Development Community (SADC). The award celebrated the achievements of its partners and distributors over the past year in the region. Green was rewarded as a Lenovo partner and distributor for its achievements in promoting the Lenovo brand for channel engagement, certifications, target achievements and revenue growth. About 27 winners were announced at the event.
“Winning this award means so much to Green. To be recognised by Lenovo on a SADC level shows that we as an IT company are doing very well, and motivates us to keep servicing our clients in the region as best as we can,” said Kehad Snydewel, managing director of Green Enterprise Solutions.
Green’s vision is to be the leading provider of innovation ICT solutions throughout Africa. As one of the few ICT companies in Namibia and as this award demonstrates, Green has managed to make the jump to regional markets, and is expected to continue developing these markets.
According to a statement from Green, it has learned to adapt to the new business and economic environment, making it one of the best ICT companies in Namibia. “We have always recognised all our channel partners as an extension of our own Lenovo teams. Within these partnerships, we can ensure that our customers receive the services they need. We know that these key strategic partners are fundamental to our own success”, said Lenovo’s newly-appointed general manager for southern Africa, Yugen Naidoo.
“Partnership has been at the forefront of Green’s business, with both local and international vendors in mind. This award pushes Green Enterprise Solutions to drive innovation for their customers and foster strong long-term relationships and partnerships, both locally and regionally,” read the statement from Green.