Integrator Integralis has become only the second firm in the UK to achieve Platinum status with enterprise security vendor ISS.
The status follows Integralis’ launch of its Managed Security Service portfolio (CRN, 23 March).
Graham Jones, operations director at Integralis said: “By partnering with ISS we can provide customers with the best of both worlds, network-based protection from ISS wrapped up with our support services. Services are a key area of focus for us this year, and one that we believe will help drive revenue significantly and deliver substantial returns to our vendor partners.
“Reaching Platinum Partner status is a very positive acknowledgement of our sales team’s commitment to ISS and we look forward to developing the relationship even further.”
Integralis demonstrated its allegiance to ISS when more than double the number of required attendees participated at the ISS SecurePartner University. Additionally they demonstrated exceptional skill by passing the required exams. The course, comprised of 26 exams includes an integrated security appliance, network intrusion prevention and a desktop protection exam.
Richard Millar, vice president Northern Europe at ISS said: “Integralis has shown commitment to their customers by ensuring they meet the required competence levels to deliver and integrate on the best products in the security market. With security products moving into the networking space, Integralis now has the knowledge to address customer problems with our integrated products.”
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