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November 01, 2012
Cisco News - Cisco Reissues Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization to Datanamics
By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor
Datanamics reportedly reacquired the Cisco (News - Alert) Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization by once again satisfying the training requirements set by Cisco to sell, design and deploy its collaborative architecture solutions.
Cisco Collaboration Architecture Specialization tests knowledge in selling, designing, installing and supporting the Collaboration Architecture. By acquiring this specialization, a company can hope to develop sales, technical and service capabilities for integrated networking solutions, and increase technical competency within its realm to attain recognition as a Specialized Partner in the Cisco Partner Locator.
The elements of the Cisco Collaboration Architecture establish a collaboration core that powers compelling experiences both within and among organizations. Cisco channel partners can equip themselves to satisfy a variety of customer needs by passing the training requirements set by Cisco.
Achieving the Cisco Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization provides Datanamics with access to comprehensive sales and technical training, as well as support from Cisco.
Terrence McGowan, president of Datanamics commented, “The way in which businesses are communicating is becoming more collaborative every day, the benefits are gaining the attention of business leaders around the globe, and many are experiencing more efficient and productive workforce environments already, the continued effort to achieve this specialization demonstrates our ability to deliver more innovative and cost-efficient solutions for our customers.”
Datanamics’ certified engineers can deliver a broad range of Cisco solutions. The company specializes in Cisco wired/wireless networks, enterprise voice and call center solutions. With a commitment to excellence, combined with unsurpassed customer service, Datanamics is employed by its users for cost-effective, one-stop technology solutions.
Edited by Braden Becker