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VMware Awarded at Frost & Sullivan’s 2019 India ICT Awards

Won Enterprise Mobility Management Provider of the Year Award for the 4th consecutive year       

VMware was recently named the Enterprise Mobility Management Provider of the Year for the fourth time in a row, at Frost & Sullivan’s 2019 India ICT Awards. This year, VMware also received the awards for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Vendor of the Year and Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Security Vendor of the Year. The awards recognized companies for their exceptional growth and industry strategies, product development abilities, competitive advancement skills, technology innovation, and dedicated customer focus.

Arun Kumar Parameswaran, Vice President and Managing director, VMware India, said, “2019 was a good year for VMware at the Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards. We are thrilled to have received 3 big awards, particularly the Hyperconverged Infrastructure Vendor of the Year. This is a testament to the fact that VMware is a leader in the industry with the industry’s only native HCI solution, helping customers to lower overall costs and improve ease of management. Our vision in India is quite simple—we want to help Indian enterprises more securely address the complexities of the software-defined business infrastructure through our unremitting focus on innovation and obsession with customer success. From all our conversations with Indian customers, we can conclude that there is increased interest in not just multi-cloud, but also digital workplaces, SDDC, HCI, and more, and we are ready to help enterprises leverage all the possibilities of a digital economy efficiently.”

Frost & Sullivan’s India ICT Awards contenders were judged on a variety of parameters including revenue, market share, product diversity, vertical and horizontal diversity, major customer acquisitions, the efficacy of innovation process, product service, positioning, and so on. The judging process involved in-depth primary interviews with various industry participants and secondary research conducted by Frost & Sullivan analysts. An elite panel of jury members comprising some of the most prominent CIOs/CTOs from the industry evaluated the compiled data and incorporated the end-user perspective. Frost & Sullivan then presented the awards to the companies that received the number one industry rank in each category.

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