In the age of connected life, those who facilitate connections between people have a better chance of succeeding in the marketplace. Therefore, it’s no wonder companies that utilize the modern day communications technologies are laughing all the way to the bank. They are capitalizing on the market by forming new partnerships to provide newer technologies and possibilities to their customers.
Taking this a step further, RedSky Technologies has now become a Preferred Solution Partner within the Cisco (News - Alert) Solution Partner Program. Being a member of Cisco’s coveted program will allow RedSky Technologies to deploy its technologies faster and serve its customers better.
To become a Preferred Solution Partner, RedSky Technologies had to get through manmy through assessments. According to the company, its flagship product E911 Manager, E911 Manager with WiFi e911 (News - Alert) and E911 Anywhere have successfully completed interoperability verification testing with Cisco's infrastructure.
The Cisco Solution Partner Program is a part of Cisco Partner Ecosystem. It brings together the company with third-party independent hardware and software vendors. As a result, the customers will be able to enjoy the latest communications technologies easily and efficiently. Now, the customers of RedSky (News - Alert) Technologies will get 24-hour, 7-days-a-week customer support for Cisco platform based solutions.
“RedSky is excited to become a Preferred Solution Partner," says Ken Rosko, Director of Cisco Channel Development. "We've seen tremendous growth in our Cisco Channel as Cisco Business Partners embrace our cloud solutions as a complement to a Cisco UC network. Being a Preferred Solution Partner allows us to develop strategically aligned solutions for Cisco with an accelerated time to market.”
RedSky Technologies has been enhancing its solutions’ compatibility with various other companies’ products. Recently, the company announced that its E911 Anywhere cloud service now supports the i3 NG9-1-1 standards for enterprise 9-1-1 by Microsoft (News - Alert).