SITECH Constructions Systems scoop awards
Australasia’s own SITECH Construction Systems and SITECH New Zealand have come away international award winners at Trimble’s global dealer conference held this year in Peru.
SITECH Momentum, the Trimble global SITECH Technology Dealer conference was held from January 29 to February 1 in the Peruvian capital, Lima.
As part of the event, distributors were recognised for outstanding performance in various categories at an international awards night.
SITECH Construction Systems won the 2017 World Wide Sales Achievement Excellence – Trimble Protected Plus+ as well as the 2017 Best Regional Partner in Asia Pacific.
General Manager Australia Tim McPhillips said the awards reflected on the entire SITECH CS team.
“It is great to be recognised in this way as the best in the world and is something all of us can be proud of.
“Our focus on putting our customers and their needs at the forefront of all we do is key to SITECH’s success, not only in these awards but in our everyday operations.”
Mr McPhillips said the sales achievement award was particularly gratifying as it reflected SITECH’s commitment to its customers.
“Trimble Protect Plus+ is all about helping our customers with support and ensuring reliability,” he said.
“It something that has been crucial to establishing our market leading position.
“We take it very seriously, so to have that outlook recognised is great.”
Trimble Australasia Regional Manager Dan Barry said SITECH Construction Systems’ regional partner award reflected the organisation’s commitment to delivering outstanding customer service.
“We at Trimble take these awards very seriously and SITECH CS were a deserved recipient with an ongoing commitment to continuous improvement, ensuring the most advanced solutions are available and superbly supported from the outset” he said.
“SITECH CS is well into creating a successful 2018 as we implement Trimble Earthworks across the regions.”
As well, SITECH New Zealand won the 2016 Emerging Channel Partner Excellence in Performance in Asia Pacific.
Mr Barry said New Zealand was a growing market for SITECH and Trimble, as the award demonstrated.
“We are building our resources in NZ and working hard to create strong and lasting relationships with customers, new and existing,” he said.
“This is also of benefit to our customers in Australia who may be looking to expand into New Zealand or indeed have projects in that country.”
Congratulations to the SITECH businesses across the globe who won awards at this year’s conference.