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Denver-based PEAK Resources, Inc. Wins 2014 IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Services Solution with Global Technology Services

PEAK Resources, a Denver-based systems integrator specializing in providing technical expertise, design and system integration, announced today that the company was recently named a winner of a 2014 IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Services Solution with Global Technology Services. Each year, this honor is awarded to a select number of IBM Business Partners who have delivered exceptional solutions to drive value and transform the way their clients and industries do business. PEAK is a 4-time IBM Beacon Award winner, 5-time finalist and winner of IBM’s Top Performance Leadership Award in 2012.

“PEAK is honored to again be recognized as a global leader with our win of the 2014 Beacon Award,” said Vince DeRose, president, PEAK Resources. “After celebrating 23 years in business, our team continues to be committed to delivering the very best technology solutions to our customers, which results in better business efficiencies, unparalleled productivity and the highest levels of customer satisfaction.”

The Beacon Awards are part of IBM’s premier Business Partner recognition program. Announced at the IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, and selected by leading industry influencers and IBM executives from among hundreds of nominations, IBM's Beacon Awards recognize IBM Business Partners who have demonstrated business excellence in delivering IBM-based solutions resulting in client transformation and business growth. This year’s awards recognized Business Partner achievements across 27 award categories.

“This year’s Beacon Award winners are Business Partners who have truly demonstrated their ability to develop new, advanced approaches to solving challenges while also transforming the way their clients and industries conduct business,” said Marc Dupaquier, general manager, IBM Global Business Partners. “We’re honored to recognize PEAK Resources for winning the Beacon Award for Outstanding Services Solution with Global Technology Services and consistently delivering value to our mutual clients.”

For more information about the IBM Beacon Awards, including information about this year’s winners and finalists, please visit https://www-304.ibm.com/partnerworld/wps/servlet/ContentHandler/pw_com_prb_beacon.

To learn more about IBM PartnerWorld, a comprehensive Business Partner program that offers marketing and sales resources, training, certification and technical support to help create new revenue and market opportunities for IBM Business Partners, visit http://www.ibm.com/partnerworld.

To find an IBM Business Partner with a particular set of skills, a technology reseller or a consultant with industry expertise, visit the Business Partner Locator at: https://www-304.ibm.com/partnerworld/wps/bplocator/search.jsp.

ABOUT PEAK RESOURCES

PEAK Resources is a systems integrator specializing in providing technical expertise and design for enterprise IT solutions including servers, storage and networking. Founded in 1991, PEAK Resources’ core competencies include architectural design, consolidation, business resiliency, and cloud solutions. The PEAK Resources professional services and consulting group offers clients a vast range of consulting services required to implement technology-based business solutions. For more information, visit www.peakresources.com.

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