Cobweb shortlisted for two CRN Channel Awards

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CRN Channel Awards

Cobweb is proud to have been shortlisted for two 2019 CRN Channel Awards - SMB Reseller of the Year, and Cloud Services Provider of the Year.

Both awards are given in recognition of quality of solutions, and services and support for customers, and for delivering real benefit to the customer and the customer’s business, in terms of ROI and reducing costs.

Emma Jobling, head of the Cobweb team, says, “I’m thrilled that Cobweb has been shortlisted for these awards.

“It’s testament to the dedication of all our teams – from those providing account management to those delivering 24*7 support – and with everyone working to provide our customers with the best possible experience of working with our cloud-based solutions.

“We’ve transformed our own cloud business to work with thousands of SMB users. We don’t just sell our customers software, but work to migrate them seamlessly to the cloud in the best way possible to meet the requirements of their business.”

At Cobweb, we’re looking forward to the next phase of the awards process, and to meeting the other resellers to have been shortlisted.

The full list of awards and shortlisted companies can be found on the CRN website.

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