Redmond’s Denali Advanced Integration honored for community outreach at awards ceremony

Redmond-based Denali Advanced Integration has been recognized as a winner of the prestigious Power of Technology in Community Innovation award during the 2010 HP Americas Partner Conference Partner Recognition Awards ceremony in Las Vegas.

Redmond-based Denali Advanced Integration has been recognized as a winner of the prestigious Power of Technology in Community Innovation award during the 2010 HP Americas Partner Conference Partner Recognition Awards ceremony in Las Vegas.

Selected by a panel of executives from the HP Solution Partner Organization, the HP Partner Recognition Awards were given to 15 HP partners who exhibited substantial wins in the marketplace and demonstrated outstanding performance in the delivery of HP products and solutions, as well as partners who exhibited innovative philanthropic practices and embraced HP’s key corporate objectives of global citizenship and social responsibility.

Specifically, Denali Advanced Integration has a partnership with the Todd Stabelfeldt Foundation (www.theTSF.org), which positively impacts the lives of people with disabilities.

“It’s truly amazing to be recognized for something you’re supposed to be doing every day, which is give back to the communities you live in and support those people that make those communities home,” said Majdi Daher, CEO of Denali Advanced Integration.

“Thank you to folks who’ve supported our efforts the past 15 years to give back to our community — and just remember, when you give back just a little, you get 10 times back in return,” Daher added.

Stephen DiFranco, vice president and general manager of HP Solution Partners Organization Americas, said, “The winners of HP’s Partner Recognition Awards represent the best our partners have to offer in each business unit and region, whether that’s through sales leadership and marketplace differentiation or by demonstrating global citizenship in giving back to the community.”

For more information about Denali Advanced Integration, visit www.denaliai.com.




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