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The past 12 months have been great for Dizzion. We’ve achieved some major product and business accomplishments and are very proud of the work we’ve done to help our customers successfully implement secure VDI solutions.
As the year comes to a close, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on the good fortune we’ve had this year – so much of which has been made possible because of our customers and partners. Here are a few Dizzion highlights from 2016:
We also worked hard on developing great relationships with our partners this year, adding new partners and delivering complimentary solutions to solve customer challenges. We welcomed several organizations to our channel partner program this year including CarrierSales, Bright Pattern and Call Center Optimization Group.
We also moved our headquarters to downtown Denver, welcomed 20 new team members and celebrated our 5th anniversary!
Looking forward to 2017, we have some great things on the horizon. We’ll be attending some popular industry conferences (check back next year for more details), expanding our zLink endpoint security solution and we have a few more things up our sleeves that we’re excited to announce over the next 12 months. As the DaaS market continues to mature – the global VDI market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 27.35% between now and 2020 – we look forward to continuing on our path of being an innovative industry leader.
Mostly, we look forward to continuing to grow and serve our clients. Thank you to everyone who helped make 2016 such a great year for Dizzion. We look forward to seeing what 2017 brings!
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