Correct Comms becomes Brocade Elite Partner
- 05 February, 2013 15:10
Data, networking, and telephony services provider, Correct Communications, has been granted Brocade Alliance Partner Network (APN) Program Elite Partner status.
Correct Comms and Brocade have worked together for two years, and the achievement provides the formers with a range of benefits designed to assist its sales and promotion of Brocade’s end-to-end networking solutions to Australian Capital Territory (ACT) enterprises.
Included is access to marketing development funds for driving IP business growth, rewards and deal registration, incentives and discounted demonstration equipment and greater technical, marketing, and training support.
“The benefits of partnering with Brocade, and now achieving Elite Partner status, is how it has helped differentiate and grow our business and always with an eye on the future,” Correct Comms director, Andrew Weir, said.
“With the Brocade solutions we can present very favourable switch offerings and support… Brocade’s marketing funds have helped lift Correct Comms’ profile in the ACT and it has certainly made a difference in our growth.
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