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29 May 2017

Vodafone New Zealand, Telstra and unified communications-as-a-service provider Access4 are among Australian and New Zealand companies picking up awards at Broadsoft’s annual Australasian Achievement Awards.

The awards, presented last week in Melbourne, cover both partners and customers of the vendor which provides cloud business software for unified communication, collaboration and contact centres.

Vodafone New Zealand took home the Fixed and Mobile Unified Communications Innovation award, with Telstra taking out the Global Unified Communications Leadership award.

Access4 won the Millennial Leadership award, while Optus claimed the BroadCloud Leadership award and Justin Martin, Vocus network architect took out the only individual award on offer, the Cloud Unified Communications award.

The awards were presented at Melbourne Cloud Connect, which was attended by more than 250 telecommunications professionals from Australia and New Zealand.

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