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IT infrastructure solutions provider, Thomas Duryea Consulting has achieved Citrix Platinum Solutions Advisor status, the highest standard of accreditation awarded by the software vendor, joining six other Australian partners also holding platinum status.

Andrew Thomas, Thomas Duryea CEO, said the invitation-only accreditation ”recognises TD’s high level of expertise and commitment to the entire Citrix portfolio of products as a core part of its business, as well as demonstrate a close working relationship with Citrix on sales, implementation and consulting engagements.”

“This is a great achievement and supportive of our mission to build a high performing team of the most qualified solutions architects and engineers. In fact, we now have many of the best and most highly qualified people in the industry.

“We have worked very closely with the Citrix team for a number of years now and its solutions portfolio has been critical in allowing us to build and deploy industry leading virtual desktop and cloud solutions for our clients,” Thomas said.

According to Thomas, a need to realise efficiencies and cost savings from IT investments, as well as a need to better support a more mobile workforce, were key factors driving the growth in TD’s end user computing and cloud solutions practices.

“We are seeing tremendous growth in these areas of our business and we look forward to working even closer with Citrix as a Platinum Solutions Advisor to continue to ensure that our customers are expertly served.”

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