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TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire – 15 February 2012) - Compugen today announced that it has been recognized with an esteemed HP Partner in Excellence Canada ESSN Growth Award at the 2012 HP Global Partner Conference (GPC) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Selected by a panel of HP Channel executives, the HP Partner in Excellence Awards were given to 16 HP partners across the United States, Latin America and Canada who demonstrated outstanding performance in the areas of market leadership, portfolio sales, overall growth and performance, and IT innovation through philanthropic activities in their local communities. The Partner in Excellence Canada ESSN Growth Award honours Compugen for Top Balanced Revenue & Growth across the ESSN portfolio.
"Compugen has been a Hewlett-Packard business partner for many years, across multiple lines of product and service. We are proud to be able to sell top quality HP products to our customers, as part of the business solutions we design and offer in consultation with our partners. This award recognizes both the quality of the HP brand, high levels of customer satisfaction with us and with the products we provide, and the tight partner integration we have been able to achieve by making HP products part of our top-selling business solutions across Canada," said Harry Zarek, President and CEO of Compugen. "We salute our customers for making this possible, Hewlett-Packard for their continuing support, our sales and solutions organizations, and our delivery teams for their excellence."
"Congratulations to this year's HP Partner in Excellence Awards winners. Each of these partners has fully demonstrated exceptional dedication and expertise in addressing the business and technology challenges of its customers," said Dave Frederickson, VP & GM Enterprise Servers, Storage and Networking,. "We are honored to recognize their success and we thank them for their ongoing partnership and commitment to HP."
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