Trams|Econocom crowned EMEA Media & Entertainment Partner of the Year.

Published on 21 March 2022 Enterprise IT, Media, Entertainment & Creative, Quantum, Security, Storage, Econocom Group

On Thursday 17 March, Trams|Econocom were awarded “Partner of the Year” for a record ninth time in twelve years. The award was announced during Quantum’s Elevate Partner Summit 2022 in the Myriad Hotel, Lisbon and presented to Nick Johnson, Sales Director, Trams|Econocom.

Trams|Econocom is a trusted provider of IT solutions, with a large knowledge base around media and entertainment workflows, highly performant tiered storage and media asset management. Over the last decade our relationship with Quantum has helped customers, including numerous FTSE 250 companies, grow and manage their unstructured data and media workflows both in the UK and across global installations.

Left to Right: James Mundle - Channel Chief, Quantum. Nick Johnson - Sales Director, Trams|Econocom.
John Hurley - CRO, Quantum. Jamie Lerner - CEO, Quantum. Henk Jan Spanjaard - VP EMEA , Quantum

“We’re delighted to be recognised, once again, for our commitment to meet and exceed customers’ IT storage requirements,” comments Warren Peel, Managing Director, Trams|Econocom, “Winning a partner award from Quantum for a ninth time is true reflection of our continued hard work and consistency to deliver the very best service in media and entertainment sector.”

Anniek Snauwaert, Sales Director M&E EMEA added, “It is our honour to award Trams|Econocom the 2021 M&E Partner of the Year in EMEA, recognising their support across Quantum’s end-to-end video management solutions for customers in media, broadcast, postproduction, sports production, and corporate video. Trams|Econocom shares our relentless commitment to our customers’ success and an understanding of the technologies needed to build complex workflows with the confidence their video data is always accessible and protected. Congratulations again to Trams|Econocom!”

Whether you deal with media files directly or indirectly, the commercial landscape is changing so rapidly every company will eventually need help with their media content. All companies utilise images and videos for their website, social media, promotional material and presentations… meaning their assets are increasing weekly.

Over the years Trams|Econocom has installed Quantum storage solutions, amongst others, at BBC Sport, BBC Scotland, BBC Wales, BBC Radio, Sky TV, Hogarth Worldwide, Burberry, SDI Media, Dyson and Pinewood Studios.

Recently, we conducted a webinar together around how you can overcome the challenges of rapidly growing content. View the webinar here: VIEW WEBINAR.