Netsync Network becomes Premier Partner of VMware; Also Receives ATP Status from Cisco
HOUSTON, TX: Netsync Network Solutions has announced its Premier Partnership with VMware and its achievement in becoming a Telehealth Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) for Cisco Systems Inc.
Netsync Network Solutions’ continued efforts in VMware virtualization and cloud solutions and service delivered by engineers has paved the path for it to become a Premier-level partner.
As a Premier-level partner, VMware recognizes Netsync Network Solutions as a go-to solution provider that can deliver comprehensive VMware solutions and cloud based services to customers.
The VMware Partner Network is a comprehensive program that provides a common infrastructure, extensive sales and services tools, margin opportunities and industry-recognized training for the entire VMware partner ecosystem, including solution providers, technology partners and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The VMware Partner Network provides an environment for consistent and sustainable user experience while contributing towards skill enhancement of their partners in VMware solutions.
On the other hand Netsync Network Solutions has also achieved Telehealth Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) status from Cisco Systems. The corresponding status is only awarded to those who have completed the required training and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and provide support for Cisco Telehealth solutions.
Cisco Telehealth helps partners enhance the delivery of health care at distant locations. Cisco Telehealth ATP Partners delivers solutions to provide improved access to health services while minimizing patient wait times.
The program’s objective is to help partners deliver a personalized quality healthcare service to patients in hard-to-reach communities in remote locations.
Mike Griffin, Collaboration Practice Manager at Netsync says "Cisco's Telehealth collaboration platform transforms the clinician experience by delivering interactive visual communications between patients and remote healthcare providers at any time, from anywhere. With this collaboration platform, we are able to assist our clients in the healthcare industry to improve continuity of care, outcomes, and satisfaction and make highly skilled healthcare providers more accessible."
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