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Victory! QBS Adds Another Distribution Accolade At PCR Tech Awards 2021

by Fleur Doidge, on October 4, 2021

QBS Software has won another amazing award -- Software and Services Distributor of the Year at the PCR Tech Awards.

"This is something our entire team are all immensely proud of," says Dave Stevinson, chief executive of QBS. "Qualitative awards like this complement the quantitive awards that we have received for fast growth."

This latest victory follows hard on the heels of QBS becoming Sustainable Distributor of the Year at CRN's Tech Impact Awards, amid multiple other prizes recognising its high standards of integrity and ethics as well as business success.

Stevinson and the team wish to thank all of QBS's valued software publishers, partners and network for their part in its achievements -- including at QBS Technology Group, QBS France, QBS International, QBS MSP, QBS:Alpha Gen, and Compuwave GmbH.

"It's all about partnering in the channel to deliver the very best software solutions to customers, and we couldn't achieve such great success without each other -- so thank you all again," Stevinson says.

QBS competed in the PCR Tech Awards finals for the fourth year in a row. The event is run annually by BizMedia, publisher of channel magazine PCR.

A full list of prizewinners is listed here, with previous winners here.

PCR's judges included channel leading lights such as CI-Distribution group director Jon Atherton; Kingston Technology regional director Ann Keefe; BenQ head of consumer Carly Cheshire; Network Group/Technology to Go managing director David Tulip; and Kaspersky UK channel head Andy Bogdan.

Dave Stevinson was recently interviewed by PCR editor Michelle Winny on the key issues of achieving sustainability and environmental responsibility alongside business growth.

"Society’s most challenging problems cannot be solved by government and non-profits alone. By harnessing the power of business, profits and growth can become a means to a greater end," says Stevinson.

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