Aspire Technology Partners Recognized as SLED Breakaway Partner of the Year at Cisco Partner Summit 2016
Aspire Technology Partners, a technology consulting company founded in New Jersey, announced today that it was recognized by Cisco® as SLED Breakaway Partner of the Year in the Americas Public Sector. Cisco announced the award during its Partner Summit taking place last week in San Diego, CA.
Awarded to exemplary channel partners, the Cisco Partner Summit awards are designed to recognize best-in-class business practices and serve as a model to the industry. Areas of consideration include innovative practices, architecture-led approach success, strategic business outcome-focused programs, seizing new opportunities and sales approaches. Aspire was recognized for 110% growth in the company’s Cisco business supporting its State and Local government and Higher Education (SLED) practice area.
“We’re honored to once again be recognized by Cisco,” said John C. Harris, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aspire. “This award reflects our continued focus and proven framework for helping public sector and educational institutions achieve their objectives through IT transformation.”
Aspire is more than just a technology provider. We power business transformation for data-driven companies, institutions and government organizations seeking to enhance growth and advance strategic objectives. From cloud to mobility to security solutions, our industry-leading Aspire Transformation Cycle™ delivers a proven IT transition method – enabling CIOs and IT professionals to make digital transformation a simple, repeatable process. Unlike conventional IT service partners, our proprietary approach adds trust and certainty to a full suite of managed services, while our Guardian3™ Assurance Program defines outcomes, establishes control and ensures accountability. Headquartered in Hazlet, New Jersey, Aspire is focused on serving the tri-state area with regional operations in Mount Laurel, NJ and Exton, PA.
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