Netsync Network Solutions Achieves Cisco Master Unified Communications Specialization in US

Houston, Texas – December 11, 2013 – Netsync Network Solutions announced today it has achieved the Master Unified Communications Specialization from Cisco®. This specialization recognizes Netsync Network Solutions as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and support highly sophisticated applications-based Cisco Unified Communications solutions. “We are honored to be one of the limited number of U.S. companies to receive this Master Specialization distinction from Cisco,” said Kurt Nordquist, Director of Business Development for Netsync. “Our ongoing mission is to help our client base be able to connect their employees, partners, and customers through collaboration over voice and video with live, rich media content – anywhere, anytime, using almost any device. It’s pretty exciting to be the enabler for this change and watch our customers transform themselves to the next level while having complete confidence that their partner of choice is well practiced in delivering these solutions.” “Reaching the Master level of Cisco’s Unified Communications certifications has provided Netsync with the unique ability to incorporate the entire breadth of Cisco’s Collaboration technology portfolio into solutions that solve real problems for our customers,” said Netsync Network Solutions Collaboration Practice Manager, Beau Devillier. “In a world where geography and distance are no longer stumbling blocks for growth, a collaboration strategy is not a nice to have, it is a necessity. From the classroom to the board room, we look forward to using our expertise to solving the problems of tomorrow, today.” “To help turn the promise of unified communications into a strategic advantage, customers are demanding an enhanced set of skills and capabilities from channel partners,” said Richard McLeod, senior director of business development at Cisco. Netsync’s investment in the Master Unified Communications Specialization ranks them among the industry’s elite.” To achieve the Master Unified Communications Specialization, resale channel partners must first attain the Advanced Unified Communications Specialization. Partners must then meet stringent requirements that demonstrate their master-level sales, technical, and services capabilities. Furthermore, master specialized partners must possess a number of Cisco and industry-standard technical certification requirements, provide customer references that document Cisco-prescribed design and deployment capabilities; and show evidence that they have the infrastructure to support a full menu of Lifecycle Services offerings and capabilities. More information regarding the Master Unified Communications Specialization can be found here.