SAP Partner of the Year & Boyum APJ Partner of the Year 

MicroChannel Awarded SAP Partner of the Year for ANZ and Boyum APJ Partner of the Year 

MicroChannel is excited to announce that during the 2022 SAP SMB Innovation Summit in Manila, Philippines, we received two prestigious awards from our technology partners SAP and Boyum IT Solutions

sap partner of the year anz and boyum apj partner of the year
From left to right: Paulo Almedia (Global Head of Marketing SAP Business One & SAP By Design), Justin Hall (Business Development Manager, MicroChannel New Zealand), Tim Lee (Head of Marketing – Asia Pacific, MicroChannel), Nikita Gupta (SAP Business One & Cloud ERP Channel Marketing APJ), James Wong (Head of SAP Cloud ERP & Business One APJ)

For the tenth consecutive year, MicroChannel has been awarded the SAP Partner of the Year for ANZ and for the second year running the Boyum APJ Partner of the Year award.

sap partner of the year for ANZ microchannel

boyum partner of the year for APJ microchannel

The SAP Partner of the Year ANZ award is presented to the most outstanding SAP Business One partner in the Australian and New Zealand region for the year ending December 2021. The Boyum APJ Partner of the Year (2021) is awarded for excellence in business development, delivery, and support of Boyum solutions. These prestigious awards are a testament to MicroChannel’s continued commitment to business solutions and our day-to-day success in project implementation, delivery, training, and support.

MicroChannel acknowledges SAP, Boyum IT Solutions, and our SAP customers for their fantastic loyalty and support. Well done to our SAP team for their solid commitment to providing outstanding consulting and meaningful service for SAP Business One customers. Thank you!

Interested in exploring more about SAP Business One and Boyum IT solutions, call MicroChannel on 1300 440 444 (Australia) / +65 6589 0007 (Singapore) or email at [email protected]

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