Becoming an Authorized DMS Partner enhances CBCI Telecom’s portfolio of visual solutions focused on improving business connections
CBCI Telecom, Canada’s Leader in Visual communications, announced today that it has achieved Authorized Digital Media System (DMS) Partner status from Cisco. This designation recognizes CBCI Telecom as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and support Cisco Digital Media System solutions.
The Cisco Digital Media System enables organizations to create, manage and access compelling digital media to easily connect customers, employees, partners, students and others anywhere, anytime. It is a flexible and comprehensive solution for publishing dynamic content to both on-premises digital signage displays (Cisco Digital Signage) and the desktop (Cisco Desktop Video). Using the network as the platform, the Cisco Digital Media System provides customers across a wide variety of industries with innovative tools for marketing, sales, education and training, communication, and collaboration.
“The demand for visual communications has reached new levels of importance in businesses. Video conferencing brought companies together over great distances,” explains Denis Dumouchel, President of CBCI telecom, “and now with the addition of Digital Media Signage we provide our clients with the potential to distribute messages consistently and constantly in any locations. Becoming an Authorized DMS Partner enhances CBCI Telecom’s portfolio of visual solutions focused on improving business connections.”
“Cisco Authorized Partners are instrumental in helping our customers successfully deploy some of the most sophisticated networking solutions in the market today,” said Steve Benvenuto, director of business development, Worldwide Channels Go-to-Market Group, Cisco. “As a Cisco Authorized DMS partner, CBCI Telecom has made an investment in the training necessary to fully sell, deploy and support Digital Media System solutions to customers.”
To qualify for Cisco Authorized DMS Partner status, CBCI Telecom had to meet a number of requirements, including sales and technical training, the deployment of the DMS Practice Accelerator Kit, and participation in services training designed to enhance and aid end customer satisfaction and experience.
The Cisco Authorized Partner Program is part of Cisco’s go-to-market strategy for emerging technologies. It is open to all partners, is free of product suite restrictions, and is designed to help define the knowledge, skills and services necessary to successfully sell, deploy and support a subject technology. As markets mature and technologies progress along the adoption curve, some Authorized partner programs may migrate to Cisco Specializations.
About CBCI Telecom
CBCI Telecom is Canada’s Leader in Visual Communications; our mandate is to improve business human connection through visual communications. CBCI Telecom is at the forefront of Canada’s adoption of telepresence and videoconference solutions in making visual communications simple and effective for business. CBCI Telecom has been serving the corporate, health, education and government communities of Canada for more than 20 years. At CBCI, they don’t believe in a one-size fit all package, but in a visual communication solution adapted their customers’ needs. Making their clients’ visual communications easy through leading-edge professional services and Video Managed Services.
CBCI Telecom has achieved the Cisco TelePresence Master Level ATP partner and Authorized Digital Media System (DMS) Partner. Is also recognized as Cisco Canadian Business Video Partner of the year in 2011 and 2010 as well as nominated as TANDBERG Partner of the year for 8 consecutive years since 2002. In 2011 and 2012, it ranked in the Top Information and Communication Technology Companies in Canada of the Branham300 list as well as on the North American Solution Provider 500 (formerly VAR500) list. Know you can expect more with CBCI Telecom as they provide the most knowledgeable and talented visual communication resources in Canada. More information can be obtained at http://www.cbcitelecom.com.
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Caroline Le Brun
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