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Unisys Honoured as Recipient of Dell Award

Unisys Honoured as Recipient of 2019 Dell Technologies President’s Circle Award

Unisys honoured for outstanding results and commitment to strategic partnership

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, 17 May 2019 – Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced that the company has been designated as a recipient of the Dell Technologies President’s Circle Award for achieving extraordinary results and demonstrating a commitment to partnership with Dell Technologies. According to Dell Technologies, “This elite designation recognises the champions of champions; our top partners who delivered outstanding results last year.”

Dell Technologies conferred the award on Unisys at the Dell Technologies 2019 Global Partner Summit. The award recognises Unisys’ over-performance of goals in overall revenue and year-over-year growth in total, storage and services revenue derived through the partnership.

“Unisys played a valuable role in the extraordinary year we had in 2018 at Dell Technologies and we are thrilled to recognise the Unisys team’s hard work and commitment to partnership with us,” said Jay Snyder, senior vice president, Global Alliances, Dell Technologies. “We look forward to expanding our relationship as we collaborate to capitalise on the massive transformational opportunities we see in the industry to solve our joint customers’ most complex business demands.”

"We couldn’t be prouder to receive this high honour from our strategic partner Dell Technologies,” said Eric Hutto, senior vice president and president, Enterprise Solutions, Unisys. “One of our key objectives at Unisys is to be consistently better, faster and stronger in our mission of delivering our clients secure solutions based on advanced technology. Our partnership with Dell Technologies enables us to achieve those performance goals and expand the potential marketplace for both of us – and this honour recognises the benefits we gain from our mutual commitment."

Unisys is a Dell Technologies Titanium partner and one of its longest-standing partners. Through this partnership, Unisys and Dell Technologies deliver secure solutions to demanding environments including government, banking, airline reservations and cargo handling, addressing high-transaction environments supporting police, port, defence agencies and commercial enterprises worldwide. In 2018, Dell Technologies named Unisys Global Alliances Growth Partner of the Year and Global Alliances Marketing Partner of the Year for achieving extraordinary results and demonstrating commitment to the partnership.


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