Converge attains Cisco® Gold Certification, positioning the company as a top Cisco® partner in North America
Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Converge Technology Solutions Corporation (Converge) is pleased to announce that they have achieved the Cisco® Gold Certification. This certification recognizes Cisco® partners who have proven their ability to empower business outcomes by implementing and supporting Cisco® technologies and following the Cisco® Lifecycle Services approach. As part of this elite group, Converge has demonstrated their commitment to the highest level of customer success.
“Cisco® Gold represents a launching pad for Converge to continue to mature and accelerate their unique set of offerings built around Cisco® Simple IT strategies,” said Victor Martino, Vice President of Strategy & Innovation at Converge Technology Solutions Corp. “Converge is committed to driving the digital transformation of clients in partnership with Cisco®.”
Cisco® Gold Certified Partners possess a broad range of expertise. In order to be certified, they must have achieved four advanced specializations, integrated Cisco® Lifecycle Services into their offerings, and demonstrated a high level of customer satisfaction. The certification is granted after a third-party audit process that validates a partner’s technology skill set, business practices, customer satisfaction, and the ability to architect and deliver Cisco® advanced solutions to enterprise customers across a multitude of verticals.
“Achieving Cisco® Gold Partner status validates our commitment to Cisco® and the depth of our relationship with them,” said Shaun Maine, CEO of Converge. “This partnership enhances our existing Hybrid IT portfolio and capabilities as we continue to deliver innovative solutions to our customers to help them drive their data center and business transformations.”
Converge Technology Solutions Corporation combines innovation accelerators and foundational infrastructure solutions to deliver best-of-breed solutions and services to customers. They are building a platform of regionally-focused Hybrid IT solution providers to enhance their ability to provide multi-cloud solutions, blockchain, resiliency, and managed services, enabling Converge to address the business and IT issues that public and private-sector organizations face today.
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