LaSalle Solutions once again achieved the Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization from Cisco. This authorization along with other recognitions from Cisco as a Gold Certified Partner, a Trusted Advisor, Master Security Specialization, UCCE Authorized Technology Provider and Master Collaboration Specialization, puts LaSalle in an exclusive group of companies worldwide.
The Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization designation indicates ability to provide sophisticated, value-added Cisco solutions through their in-depth sales capabilities, technology solutions and service offerings.
“This recognition is a result of the hard work the LaSalle team puts in each year to ensure that we have the best technology solutions and expertise to elevate customer collaboration strategies to more sustainable, unified solutions,” said Steven Robb, senior vice president of the Solutions Group at LaSalle. “Our customers look to us for help improving collaboration across their organizations. We are proud to again attain the Cisco Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization.”
The Cisco Channel Partner 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, pre-sales and post-sales support capabilities, and other critical factors that customers consider when choosing a trusted partner. See a complete list of LaSalle certifications from Cisco here.
Founded in 1980, LaSalle Solutions is a provider of technology lifecycle asset management services. It is a division of Fifth Third Bank.
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