The Cisco Telepresence Video Advanced Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) Program is an invitation only program available to partners nominated by Cisco representatives for their networking knowledge and deep solution sales capabilities. The Cisco TelePresence ATP Program is focused on providing a new way of working in which everyone everywhere can be more productive through face-to-face collaboration with TelePresence video solutions. The Advanced level program goal is to enable partners to market TelePresence video endpoints with the full breadth of infrastructure solutions in addition to managed video conferencing services.
Emily Shimell, Marketing & Communications Executive for VideoCentric said, “To have met the rigorous requirements for the Cisco Advanced ATP status is an outstanding accomplishment for VideoCentric and demonstrates our on-going commitment to our Cisco and Tandberg customers. The skills and expertise required by Cisco to achieve the Advanced status makes evident that VideoCentric can fully design, implement and support the industry’s leading video and collaboration solutions.”
“As a Cisco Telepresence Video Advanced ATP Partner, VideoCentric has made investments in the sales, technical and life cycle service capabilities needed to deliver the most comprehensive and interoperable Cisco Telepresence Video portfolio. ”
The Cisco Authorised Technology Provider (ATP) Program is part of the Cisco go-to-market strategy for emerging technologies. The program helps Cisco to define the knowledge, skills and services that channel partners need to successfully sell, deploy and support an emerging technology.
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VideoCentric Ltd is an accredited, independent supplier and installer of the world’s leading brands of videoconferencing and telepresence systems, and is one of the most experienced video communications companies in the UK.
With the most comprehensive HD interoperability suite in the UK covering nearly all systems from each of the world’s top 6 manufacturers, and partnerships in place with leading Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya integrators,