NWN announces that it once again scoops up multiple awards at Cisco Partner Summit 2017. Cisco showcased the winners at their annual global partner conference of 2100 partners in Dallas, Texas on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017.
Cisco Partner Summit awards are designed to recognize top-performing partners who use best-in-class practices and serve as a model to the rest of the industry. Areas of consideration include innovative practices and processes, architecture-led approach successes, and strategic business outcome-focus that result in customer success.
NWN is proud to receive the following prestigious awards:
- US: East – Cloud Partner of the Year
- US: Public Sector – SLED Education Partner of the Year
- US: South – Architectural Excellence: Enterprise Networking Partner of the Year
NWN’s CEO, Skip Tappen says, “We are extremely honored to once again be recognized with multiple awards this year. Recognition of these awards confirm NWN and Cisco’s shared commitment to provide customers with advanced innovative IT solutions designed to solve their most challenging business problems.”
Cisco Partner Summit Geographical Regional awards reflect the top-performing partners within specific technology markets across the geographical region. All award recipients are selected by a group of Cisco Global Partner Organization and regional executives.
About NWN Corporation:
NWN is headquartered in Waltham, MA serving customers from its 14 locations across the United States. NWN provides cloud, on premise and hybrid technology solutions to its customers depending on their individual business problems. NWN’s NCare Managed IT Services and NWNcomm Cloud Collaboration Solutions are nationally recognized by partners and independent firms as best in class. NWN offers solutions for unified communications, data center, networking, security and end user computing. One of NWN’s unique values to its customers is to provide local sales and engineering services with the depth and strength of a national IT solutions company with 600+ employees.