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[November 19, 2012]

Neil Ledger Recognised as Channel Personality of the Year 2012

Nov 19, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Exclusive Networks UK's Neil Ledger has been honoured by CRN as its Channel Personality of the Year 2012, owing to his outstanding personal contribution to the industry, and the significant impact of successive channel business ventures spanning the last 20 years. The award was presented at a glittering gala event attended by nearly 2,000 channel VIPs in London on the 15th November.

"When we canvassed the industry for worthy recipients of this award, Neil's name was consistently raised time and time again," said Sara Yirrell, Editor of Computer Reseller News (CRN) and member of the CRN Channel Awards judging panel. "This was a decision taken by the whole editorial team at CRN. We regard Neil as being a beacon of success for the best part of two decades and believe that his leadership, personality and business acumen stand him apart from other industry figures." Together with business partner and fellow head of Exclusive Networks UK, Ian Morris, Neil Ledger has gained a reputation as a serial channel entrepreneur, establishing and leading a series of highly successful distribution companies - most recently VADition, which was acquired by Exclusive Networks Group in 2011.

Commenting on the award, Neil Ledger said: "I'm naturally very pleased and honoured to accept this, and do so in full recognition of the enormous support both Ian and myself continue to enjoy from colleagues, reseller partners and suppliers. It's been a fantastic journey so far. Thank you to CRN, but this award is really down to everyone I've worked with." About Exclusive Networks UK Exclusive Networks UK connects emerging and established innovative global technology vendors to the UK market through value-added distribution. It specialises in security, networking, infrastructure and storage solutions for the 'Smarter Social Enterprise'; reflecting the trend toward faster, smarter, more automated and consolidated IT that utilises SaaS and Cloud as delivery models, and incorporates 'smart user' application preferences, device choices and mobility habits. Exclusive Networks UK equips its channel partners to confront and profit from profound, evolutionary changes in the design and delivery of next generation social and mobile communication infrastructures.

The business has grown both organically and through acquisition (Arc Technology in 2008; VADition in 2011). Based in Alton (Hants.) and Chesterfield, Exclusive Networks UK has around 80 employees. The experience and value-orientated heritage gained throughout this journey has won various industry awards and other business accolades.

The company is the UK arm of Exclusive Networks Group. Operated as a tightly integrated group of nationally-focussed, independent, and entrepreneurially-led business units, Exclusive Networks Group has become renowned for bringing innovative and disruptive technologies to the pan-European marketplace. Since 2003 it has achieved significant growth and shared commercial success by providing accelerated go-to-market momentum for its vendor, integrator, VAR and service provider partners through consultancy, engineering, sales, marketing, training and technical support services.

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