PAV i.t. Services wins G Data scooter

“My one business card for the day did its work,” says winner

06/02/2010 | London 

PAV i.t. Services is the winner of the G Data scooter the German security software specialist raffled off at the London InfoSecurity trade show. Both companies have reacted excitedly to the outcome of the draw. The delivery of the bright white retro-look scooter plus its keys took place in West Sussex, at the offices of PAV early last week.

James Coombes of G Data (left) congratulates
winner Adam Ross of PAV (right)

PAV is a medium sized company that offers IT solutions and consultancy to companies in the UK. PAV was founded in 1988 and in the last 22 years has grown into a successful IT partner that is central to the successful management of many leading businesses.

“I was amazed to have won such an great prize. I only had one business card on me for the day at InfoSecurity. I definitely made the right decision to give it to G Data. It was this one business card that did its magic and got drawn,” says a delighted Adam Ross, Account Manager of PAV i.t. Services. “Before InfoSecurity, I had actually never heard of G Data, even though they already exist 25 years and are well established elsewhere in Europe,” continues Ross. “My impression of the company is a good one. Honesty and transparency seem to be important values to them, which is something I typically look for in vendors. I am in the process of testing their solutions. Even though it is too early for me to draw any conclusions, at least I can say the installation is very easy and fast and the layout is extremely intuitive. I am sure we will all be hearing a lot more about G Data over the next 12 months.”

James Coombes, Channel Sales Manager UK of G Data, says:”PAV i.t. Services is an ambitious company with a solid reputation. They know their business and always come through for their customers in their times of technological crisis. They go above and beyond what anyone would expect from their IT partner. It is certainly a worthy winner of this fantastic scooter, which I admittedly secretly contemplated keeping for myself.”

Danielle van Leeuwen