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Sydney, NSW – 26th February 2013 – Dimension Data Learning Solutions (DDLS) today announced that it is the recipient of the Citrix Asia Pacific Partner award for Learning Centre of the Year.

“It is an honour to present DDLS as a Citrix APAC 2012 Partner award winner” said Nicholas Thomas, Citrix APAC Readiness, Education Manager. “The Citrix Authorised Learning Centre (CALC) Award recognises DDLS’ performance and achievements as a Citrix business partner in fiscal year 2012.”

Citrix Partner awards reflect a partner’s performance in driving revenue growth, and the award demonstrates DDLS’ alignment with Citrix, including support for Citrix programs and the company’s number of certified instructors.

In addition to the CALC award, DDLS instructor Terry Griffin was awarded the 2012 APAC Instructor of the Year Award for the second year in a row. Terry was recognised due to the high number and quality of his course deliveries, and for maintaining his high level certification status.

“These awards from Citrix demonstrate our ability to add value to our clients by understanding specific business requirements. At DDLS we have shown we have the innovation and flexibility to provide clients with market leading learning solutions and we have the skills to deliver,” added Mal Shaw, General Manager, DDLS.

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