Force 3 Receives Cisco Master Unified Communications Specialization
Recently, Force 3 achieved the Master Unified Communications Specialization from Cisco. This specialization identifies Force 3 as having completed the training needs and program prerequisites to sell, install and support highly advanced applications-based Cisco Unified Communications (News–Alert) solutions.
Resale channel partners must first obtain the Advanced Unified Communications Specialization to get the Master Unified Communications Specialization. Partners must then complete strict necessities that showcase their master-level sales, technical, and services abilities. Also, master specialized partners must have numerous Cisco and industry-standard technical certification necessities, and offer customer references that document Cisco-prescribed design and deployment capabilities, the company stated in a press release.
We are extremely pleased to earn the Cisco Master Unified Communications Specialization, said Sudhir Verma, vice president of consulting services at Force 3. This achievement highlights our breadth and depth of expertise developing sales, technical, and service capabilities for integrated unified communications. Force 3’s investment in Master’s Unified Communications attests to our company’s commitment to meet and exceed industry standards.
Recently, Force 3 provided all of Booz Allen Hamilton’s (News–Alert) offices now have a successful installation of the NAC, or Network Access Control. Unified communications, security solutions and data center supply are the important elements of Force 3. Booz Allen now has the ability to provide complete endpoint security to about 20,000 guests, users and contractors located across the United States in about 80 of their sites with this latest deployment of NAC.