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CPI Solutions Wins Citrix Gold Certification


March 17, 2011

CPI Solutions, a company specializing in network, application development, unified communications and integration consulting, has announced that it has achieved Citrix Gold Partner status.

CPI Solutions officials said that they have qualified as a Citrix Gold Certified Partner in the U.S., for its outstanding performance over the past year. The company met all requirements for achieving Citrix GOLD Certification, including personnel, support, and customer satisfaction. CPI has continued to demonstrate that it is qualified to sell, install, and support Citrix solutions in U.S.

CPI Solutions claims that it is one of the first companies in the Southern California region to have accomplished this goal. Founded in 1981 with the vision to become Southern California's reputed network solutions provider, CPI Solutions has been offering a comprehensive set of services that enable its clients to stay focused on their core business.

CPI offers integrated communication solutions for organizations of all sizes which include network infrastructure, security, and network management products, wireless connectivity, and a lifecycle services approach. CPI also offers flexible deployment options along with custom applications like outbound dialers or reporting tools.

The company has maintained relationship with major entrepreneurs such as Cisco, Microsoft and Citrix. CPI also supplies certified network engineers to companies on an outsourcing basis.

Company achievement also includes the Voice specialization certification in the Microsoft Unified Communications competency of the Microsoft Partner Program. This has enabled the company to get equipped with tools and resources to help drive profitability.

Additionally, this competency also offers access to the most up to-date Microsoft technical training and sales resources and provides Internal-use licenses to give hands-on experience with Microsoft unified communications technologies.


Jyothi Shanbhag is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Jyothi's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Janice McDuffee




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