VideoCentric announced today that it has achieved Advanced Video Specialisation status from Cisco – a new technology specialisation focused on Video Collaboration that demonstrates advanced expertise in the deployment of video collaboration endpoints, infrastructure solutions and managed Video Conferencing.
The Advanced Video Specialisation recognised VideoCentric as having invested in advanced training required to deliver differentiated business value through an integrated video collaboration architecture. This advanced training in Account Management, Systems Engineering and Field Engineering provides VideoCentric with the newest tools and most up-to-date knowledge to efficiently support Video Collaboration business needs from the desktop to the boardroom.
The Cisco Advanced Video specialisation, launched in 2014, is focused on linking customers to partners who focus on new ways of working and achieving business outcomes in which everyone, everywhere can be more productive through face-to-face collaboration. Partners holding the Advanced Video Specialisation can sell, deploy and fully support Cisco Video endpoints with a full breadth of infrastructure in addition to managed video conferencing services, and meet stringent requirements in understanding Business Outcomes, Hybrid IT and Cloud based collaboration technologies.
“VideoCentric is a Cisco Premier Partner and already holds specialisations in Collaboration, alongside recognition as a Public Sector Healthcare Partner. Now, with the new Advanced Video Specialisation, VideoCentric are one of only two partners in the UK that hold this breadth of recognised certification. Our aim is to successfully design, deploy and support technologies that align with a customers strategic goals, helping transform business processes, boost organisational efficiency and accelerate the time to market,” commented Emily Shimell, Marketing and Communications Manager at VideoCentric.