Core BTS Receives US East Award as Cisco Capital Partner of the Year at Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020

November 4, 2020

At Cisco’s annual partner conference, this year held digitally, Core BTS was named the Cisco Capital Partner of the Year for its innovation, leadership and best practice as a Cisco business partner across US East.

Adam Davis, EVP and GM for Core BTS’ Infrastructure Business Unit, accepted the award on behalf of the company which was recognized for its continued commitment to consulting clients in selecting the best technologies that address their organizational needs in addition to aligning financial and procurement programs to bring them additional value.

“Core BTS and all of our employees are honored and excited to receive this recognition from Cisco Systems,” said Davis. “During these times of uncertainty, we have maintained our commitment to our clients as their trusted Cisco advisor in guiding their choice of technology and capitalizing on cost-effective investments.”

With several Advanced and Master Specializations, including Security, Collaboration, Networking and Customer Experience, Core BTS has a long history of supporting clients along their digital and infrastructure transformation journeys. Previously, Core BTS earned the 2019 Cisco Customer Experience Partner of the Year and the Architectural Excellence in Security Award for US East.

Cisco Partner Summit Digital Theater/Area awards reflect the top-performing partners within specific technology markets across the United States. All award recipients are selected by a group of Cisco Global Partner Organization and regional and theater executives.


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