TIG achieves Gold Recertification from Cisco Systems, Inc.

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SAN DIEGO - TIG announced today that the company has been recertified as a Cisco Gold Certified Partner.

 
A Cisco Gold Certified Partner since 2007, TIG has again met the requirements for attaining the broadest range of expertise across multiple technologies by achieving Cisco advanced specializations in unified communications, routing and switching, security, and wireless LAN. In addition, TIG has integrated Cisco Lifecycle Services into its offerings and is required to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction. Cisco Gold Certification provides TIG with access to comprehensive sales, technical, and lifecycle services training and support available from Cisco.
 
“This recertification demonstrates to our customers the high level of expertise that TIG maintains in the ability to sell, deliver, and support Cisco solutions,” said Bruce Geier, President/CEO of TIG. “Cisco Gold certification underscores our continued commitment to support our customers’ business initiatives and to provide our clients the highest level of services and support.”
 
“We are committed to providing the tools, training and programs that facilitate partner growth, differentiation and profitability,” said Edison Peres, senior vice president of worldwide channels at Cisco. “With specializations in unified communications, routing and switching, security, and wireless LAN, TIG has made an investment in developing the capability to deliver the integrated and customized technology solutions that today’s customers demand.”
 
The Cisco Resale Channel Program provides a framework for partners to build the sales, technical and Cisco Lifecycle Services skills required to deliver Cisco solutions to end customers. Through the program's specializations and certifications, Cisco recognizes a partner's expertise in deploying solutions based on Cisco advanced technologies and services. Using a third-party audit process, the program validates a partner’s technology skills, business practices, customer satisfaction, presales and postsales support capabilities, and other critical factors that customers consider when choosing a trusted partner.
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