Networks First has bagged the Cisco Master Managed Services Certification.
The accolade recognises Networks First's investment in the ITIL processes, practices and tools necessary to provide the necessary quality managed services.
It was also required to offer at least two managed services using the resources and procedures necessary to deploy, manage and support Cisco solutions.
Sara Gemmell, managing director of Networks First, said: "Continuously developing the services we offer is one of Networks First’s primary objectives and working through the Channel, understanding the challenges they are faced with, we are able to achieve this goal.
"By developing our Management service we are able to provide businesses with the best of both worlds in achieving the most with their networks – where they retain strategic control and we manage the day to day tasks using ITIL processes.”
Edison Peres, senior vice president of worldwide channels at Cisco, said: “Networks First’s investment in the Cisco Master Managed Services Certification ranks it among an elite group of channel partners with the resources to deploy, manage and support services for multiple technologies.”
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