Within the scope of this year's European Channel Partner Summit "EMEA CPS18," hosted annually by Zebra Technologies and held this time in Malta from 17 to 19 April, the Circlon | group won one of the coveted prizes, awarded by Zebra among other things for outstanding sales services. This award is for the "Biggest Deal of the Year Win" - which the Circlon | group won as the result of clinching a major product and service business deal with a leading German logistics company. The prize was awarded during a gala evening at the three-day partner conference.
Picking up this award makes the Circlon | group the winner among some 400 of Zebra's largest European business partners. The company's achievement amongst others consisted in delivering 16,000 Zebra touch computers and essentially in providing comprehensive Android support services. The framework program included an attractive product exhibition, great opportunities for networking activities and, to conclude the event, an entertaining gala dinner with honours and the award ceremony.
At Zebra‘s European Channel Partner Summit "EMEA CPS18", Circlon | group received one of the highly regarded awards (from left to right: Lars Schmermbeck: Senior Director Channel Sales EMEA; Zebra Technologies / Richard Hudson: General Manager and Vice President Sales EMEA; Zebra Technologies / Michael Zitzmann: Chief Executive Officer; Circlon I group / Joachim Heel: Senior Vice President Sales; Zebra Technologies / Anders Gustafsson: Chief Executive Officer; Zebra Technologies)
For Michael Zitzmann, CEO of the Circlon | group, the award also serves as an incentive:
"We are delighted about receiving this award from Zebra and the appreciation of our successful sales work, which of course is also a result of our partnership with Zebra. The award signifies that customers trust us completely and the Circlon | group is capable of handling extremely large deals and extensive rollouts very well. We also see this award as an incentive to continue to always do our best for our customers in the future as well."