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[November 19, 2012]

Adcap Network Systems, Inc. Achieves Cisco Master Unified Communications Specialization in United States

ALPHARETTA, Ga. --(Business Wire)--

Adcap Network Systems, Inc. announced today it has again achieved the Master Unified Communications (News - Alert) Specialization from Cisco®. This specialization recognizes Adcap Network Systems, Inc. as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and support highly sophisticated applications-based Cisco (News - Alert) Unified Communications solutions.

"As a Cisco Gold Certified Partner, we have built our company around providing cost-effective designs that work," said Christine Versluis, CEO of Adcap Network Systems. "I am proud that Cisco has again recognized the hard work, experience, and advanced industry certifications of the Adcap team. Achieving the Master Unified Communications Specialization is essential when delivering highly sophisticated Unified Communications solutions to our customers. We put these skills to work every day designing, deploying, and supporting business systems that enable our customers to be more innovative and agile through improved communications and collaboration using Cisco Unified Communications and Cisco Video Conferencing systems."

"To help turn the promise of unified communications into a strategic advantae, customers are demanding an enhanced set of skills and capabilities from channel partners," said Richard McLeod, director of unified communications for worldwide channels at Cisco. "Adcap Network Systems, Inc.'s investment in the Master Unified Communications Specialization ranks them among the industry's elite."


To achieve the Master Unified Communications Specialization, resale channel partners must first attain the Advanced Unified Communications Specialization. Partners must then meet stringent requirements that demonstrate their master-level sales, technical, and services capabilities. Furthermore, master specialized partners must possess a number of Cisco and industry-standard technical certification requirements, provide customer references that document Cisco-prescribed design and deployment capabilities; and show evidence that they have the infrastructure to support a full menu of Lifecycle Services offerings and capabilities.

More information regarding the Master Unified Communications Specialization can be found at: http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/program/specializations/ucom/master/index.html

The Cisco Resale Channel Program provides partners with the training required to build sales, technical and Cisco Lifecycle Services skills, and then validates their skills through a third-party audit. Cisco resale partner certifications-Select, Premier, Silver and Gold-represent an increasing breadth of skills across key technologies and a partner's ability to deliver integrated networking solutions. Cisco resale partner specializations-SMB, Express, Advanced and Master-reflect an increasing depth of sales, technical and service expertise in particular technologies. Cisco master specializations provide Adcap Network Systems, Inc. access to comprehensive sales, technical, and lifecycle services training and support available from Cisco.

About Adcap Network Systems, Inc.

Adcap Network Systems is the Southeast's premier provider of complete voice and data networked solutions with national deployment and support capabilities. With specific expertise in unified communications and collaboration systems, desktop and server virtualization, and video conferencing our advantage is providing secure, reliable business IT systems with unparalleled service and support.

Cisco, the Cisco logo and Cisco Systems (News - Alert) are registered trademarks of Cisco Systems Inc. in the United States and certain other countries.


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