Cisco overhauls partner programme to aid software shift

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Vendor simplifies specialisations and deal registrations, alongside adding new incentives

Cisco has given its partner programme a facelift, insisting that a simplified approach will support its channel's transition to software-focused sales and services. Announced at the Cisco partne...

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