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Endeavour MYOB’s Partner of the Year for the second year

Endeavour MYOB’s Partner of the Year for the second year running

Christchurch, New Zealand – 2 April 2019

For the second year in a row, Endeavour has taken out the MYOB Enterprise Solutions Partner of The Year award at the MYOB Enterprise Partner Conference High Achievers ceremony on Thursday, March 21. Not only that, but they continue their winning streak with the Excellence in Business Development award for sales of MYOB Greentree solution for the second year running.

The Partner of the Year award recognises excellence in the areas of sales, client interaction and business growth. Both achievements are down to the dedicated team at Endeavour, who are continually focussed on excellence and always striving to provide the best customer experience possible.

MYOB credits Endeavour's team with the passion that's behind their success. "The Endeavour team have a clear track record as one of our largest and most successful partners. They consistently strive to help their clients achieve success with our range of innovative business management solutions."

It's this commitment to excellence that has made Endeavour a key player in helping numerous Kiwi businesses streamline and improve their processes with their business solutions.

“Receiving this award is well deserved recognition of the hard work our very talented team put in to make our clients more successful,” says Endeavour CEO Tim Ryley. “We are extremely proud of winning NZ Partner of the year for two years running.”


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