Batelco gets key Cisco certification
Manama, May 27, 2012
Bahrain’s leading telecoms services provider Batelco said it has won a high-level certification from Cisco, one of the world’s leading ICT providers, in recognition of its achievements in meeting the company's rigorous standards.
The Cisco Silver certification requires Batelco to demonstrate internal technical expertise and a measurably high level of customer satisfaction, validated by a third-party auditor.
Batelco said it has major Cisco implementations in government, corporate, small and medium enterprises and accordingly has the capability to deliver customized integrated solutions to meet their customers’ demand.
Furthermore, Batelco engineers have the qualifications and hands-on expertise to design and deploy secure cost-effective business solutions.
Batelco general manager (Enterprise & Government Division) Adel Al Daylami said the company was delighted to receive the key certification from Cisco in recognition of a number of capabilities in delivering innovative solutions for customers.
'Cisco Silver Certification recognizes Batelco for its broad technical skills and advanced specializations. In order to achieve the silver certificate, Batelco has invested in training and development of its internal resources in sales, presale and delivery and assurances areas, to deliver and support Cisco solutions.'
'We are committed to invest further in our human capital to achieve the highest accreditation level in the future,' he added.
Cisco Bahrain and Kuwait General Manager Hani El-Kukhun said that Cisco is committed to providing tools, training and programmes to help drive partner growth, differentiation and profitability.
“Batelco has made an investment in delivering the integrated and customized technology solutions that today’s customers’ demand,” he said.
Al Daylami said Batelco’s delivery of world-class products and services is dependent on the valuable contribution of its technical partners.
“Strategic partnerships with leading technology solution providers such as Cisco are vital for Batelco in building platforms that will give the Company a demonstrable competitive advantage in the market,” he stated.
The Cisco resale channel programme provides partners with the training required to build sales, technical and Cisco Lifecycle Services skills, and then validates their skills through a third-party audit.-TradeArabia News Service
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