Denali News

Denali Advanced Integration, a global leader in delivering enterprise IT, announced today that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Denali to its 2018 Solution Provider 500 list. The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’s annual ranking of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America by revenue.

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The Seattle Storm, in partnership with Denali Advanced Integration, has announced the ‘Birds Nest,’ a section of KeyArena that will host local non-profits who align with the mission and values of both organizations. The ‘Birds Nest’ allows low-income families to attend Storm games, giving kids in the community an opportunity to adopt Storm players as role models.

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Denali Advanced Integration, a global leader in delivering enterprise IT, today announced that Cradlepoint the global leader in cloud-delivered 4G LTE network solutions has awarded Denali with the Circle of Excellence Award. The award was presented to Denali at the annual 2018 Cradlepoint Global Partner Summit held in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Columbia Sportswear and Denali Advanced Integration have resolved their dispute regarding a cybersecurity breach at Columbia.

Columbia and Denali released the following joint statement:

“Columbia and Denali have resolved all disputes between them. The terms of the settlement are confidential. The parties acknowledge that the investigation into this matter has yielded no evidence that anyone other than Michael Leeper, a rogue employee, committed the hacking, no other Denali employee had improper access to Columbia’s systems, and no other Denali employee encouraged or directed Leeper’s misconduct.”

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Denali Advanced Integration today announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Denali to its 2018 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Elite 150 category. This annual list recognizes North American solution providers with cutting-edge approaches to delivering managed services.

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Originally published in Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ):

Denali Advanced Integration was recently featured in a Puget Sound Business Journal article titled Washington's Family Businesses Increase Philanthropic Efforts. The article highlights the importance of giving back and how Washington-based family-owned companies are taking the lead in helping improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in our communities. Denali's annual Denali Dash event which benefits Seattle Children's Hospital is also featured.

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Originally Published by CRN Magazine, a division of The Channel Company:

Denali Advanced Integration CEO Majdi Daher says he is on a mission to expand the global footprint of the Redmond Washington solution provider, No. 83 on the CRN SP500, to help customers drive global supply chain efficiencies. "I want Denali to be the FedEx of IT where we are managing the supply chain to drive standardization and orchestrating that movement for customers across the globe," he told CRN in an exclusive interview marking the 25th anniversary of the company.

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Originally Published by CRN Magazine, a division of The Channel Company:

On September 9, Lee'or, his wife Wendy and their beaming daughter Sadie – now three years old – took center stage at the fourth annual Denali Dash 5K Run and 1K walk for kids. Hosted by Denali Advanced Integration, a global system integrator headquartered in Redmond, Washington, the Denali Dash has become an annual community celebration of Seattle Children's Hospital.

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Denali Advanced Integration today announced a partnership with veteran training organization Tech Qualled. The partnership helps US veterans secure jobs at Denali, which operates at the forefront of the IT industry. Denali has a longstanding history of hiring veterans, with some occupying leadership roles throughout the company’s 25-year history.

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The following statement was released by Denali Advanced Integration on August 30:

Federal prosecutors executed a remarkably comprehensive investigation against Michael Leeper, a former employee of Columbia Sportswear Company, for allegedly logging into Columbia’s network, without authorization, while he was employed by Denali Advanced Integration.

Today Leeper pled guilty to a felony charge of computer fraud that did not name Denali.

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