Bedrock go to the Extreme to Win Award

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Bedrock Networks Ltd, a next generation network integration company wholly owned by Matrix Communications Group plc, announced today that it was named Best Support Partner for 2004 by Extreme Networks at its annual channel award ceremony held in Henley during December.

Extreme developed the award this year to acknowledge technical excellence exhibited by a partner organisation. Extreme identified Bedrocks technical expertise as industry leading and that Bedrock demonstrates excellence in support of complex networks within strategic customer accounts. With 25 other Extreme partners competing for the award, Bedrock emerged as the clear winner due to its ability to not only sell best of breed solutions but to deliver a comprehensive range of technical and consultative support services to Extreme customers.

Andy Zollo, Director of UK Channels for Extreme, presented the award to David Grant, Managing Director of Bedrock Networks at Extremes annual awards gala dinner.

With the high calibre of partners vying for the Best Support Partner award, we are thrilled that Bedrock stood out and won this prestigious accolade, said David Grant from Bedrock Networks. We have been partners with Extreme for three years, and we have a support model in place that has proven to be successful during this time. Supporting customers is very important to both Bedrock and Extreme and this award proves that Bedrock not only has the consultative skills to sell the Extreme product range but also has the technical expertise and competency to support customers during all of the important phases of a networks life cycle.

We have a very strong working relationship with Bedrock and the recognition of its achievements this year illustrates the confidence we have in this relationship, said Andy Zollo, Director for Channels, Extreme Networks UK . It gives me great pleasure to award Bedrock as Best Support Partner of the year continuing on from winning the Outstanding Sales Performance award in 2003.

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