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Bechtle : becomes Cisco Master Collaboration Partner

06/21/2021 | 02:27am EDT
Bechtle becomes Cisco Master Collaboration Partner
  • Bechtle awarded highest Cisco collaboration certification
  • Third Master Certification of the manufacturer

Neckarsulm, 21 June 2021 - By receiving Cisco's Master Collaboration Specialisation, Bechtle has achieved another great milestone in their flourishing partnership with the technology conglomerate. Bechtle, already a Cisco Gold Integrator and Master-certified in the fields of networking and security as well as a Gold Provider for cloud and managed services, hence demonstrates not only its extensive knowledge of products and solutions, but also its outstanding competence in the delivery and implementation of professional services for Cisco collaboration solutions.

Master certifications are the most significant seal of quality that Cisco can award to its partners. Bechtle has now met the high requirements set by Cisco concerning collaboration technology and achieved the Master Collaboration Partner Specialisation. Cisco Master certifications require intensive preparation and technical evaluation. Over several days, Bechtle was audited extensively for its expertise, performance and understanding of Cisco architectures. Besides the classic collaboration solutions, such as VoIP telephony and video conferencing, Bechtle proved its know-how on modern collaboration technologies such as cloud calling and Cisco Webex.

'This certification will reassure our customers that Bechtle meets the highest standards when it comes to Cisco collaboration solutions. Besides the technology, audits also span topics such as consulting, project management, professional services as well as demonstration and proof-of-performance opportunities for customers. The quality of our services was also evaluated with respect to ITIL practices. The certification is the perfect starting point for strengthening our market position as an expert for Cisco collaboration technologies,' says Randolph Zeilmann, Director of Business Development Cisco at Bechtle. With its 236 specialists holding more than 900 Cisco certifications, Bechtle is capable of offering its customers services in all segments of the Cisco product range.

'The Master Collaboration Specialisation proves that Bechtle is the ideal partner for meeting our shared customers' current and future needs for modern communication solutions. This Master status provides a real added value for customers as, besides technological expertise, it also proves Bechtle's high degree of professionalism when it comes to implementation,' says Rüdiger Wölfl, Managing Director Channel & Partner Organisation, Cisco Germany.

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Bechtle AG published this content on 21 June 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 21 June 2021 06:26:02 UTC.


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