Triton Consultants Named IBM Champions 2019
February 6th, 2019
Triton Consulting is pleased to announce that they have once again been recognised in the IBM Champions honours list. Triton is proud to have four IBM Champions within the team; Mark Gillis, Julian Stuhler, James Gill and Iqbal Goralwalla were selected out of a pool of 1400 nominated candidates.
"It's a great honour to once again be recognised as an IBM Champion for 2019, alongside my colleagues Iqbal, James and Mark. Triton remains committed to supporting the DB2 community by sharing our technical experiences, and it's fantastic to see our efforts rewarded in this way." Julian Stuhler, Solutions Delivery Director.
In response to his achievement Mark Gillis, Principal Consultant says "I am extremely pleased and honoured to be accepted as an IBM Champion for a 4th year. The exchange of information and advice within the community continues to grow and I am delighted to foster that relationship. I look forward to a fruitful 2019 with my fellow DB2 adherents and enjoying the many benefits the IBM Champion programme offers."
"I am delighted to be recognised as an IBM Champion 2019, for the second year in a row. I have thoroughly enjoyed contributing to the DB2 community during the past 12 months and look forward to continuing to do so in 2019." James Gill, Principal Consultant.
IBM Champions are a community of experts across IBM technologies and around the world who are recognised by IBM for their extraordinary expertise and contributions to the technical community and Triton's team of consultants represent some of the most highly experienced.
Iqbal Goralwalla, Head of Distributed Data Management says "I am very pleased and honoured to be selected again as an IBM Champion for 2019. I am also proud that we once again have four IBM Champions within Triton, cementing our commitment with the DB2 community."
Congratulations to everyone who has been recognised as a 2019 IBM Champion. So you want to be an IBM Champion? Find out further information on how IBM Champions are selected by reading the following IBM article by Libby Ingrassia or find out more about the program.