Carousel Industries Recognized as 2010 Emerging Partner of the Year by Polycom
Carousel Industries, a provider of data networking and converged communications, announced it was named 2010 Emerging Partner of the Year by Polycom, a global telepresence, video and voice communications solutions provider.
The recognition is given in association with TEAM Polycom 2011, the company’s partner conference. It recognizes Carousel Industries for its outstanding sales performance and excellence in meeting customer solution, service and support needs.
“Polycom solutions play a fundamental role in our unified communications portfolio,” said James Marsh, senior vice president of Carousel Industries, in a statement. “As we continue to grow our business and broaden our customer base -- both in the SMB and enterprise spaces -- we are pleased to be able to count on the support of Polycom and especially proud to be recognized in this way.”
Carousel Industries offers unified communications, virtualization, Voice over IP (VoIP), video conferencing and collaboration and data infrastructure solutions. Since 1992, the company has grown at an average of 30-50 percent per year with estimated 2010 revenues of over $200 million.
“This is an exciting time in the unified communications industry, and Polycom sits squarely in the middle of this ever-changing, rapidly growing market,” said Ron Myers, senior vice president of Channels at Polycom.
“Our partners are absolutely critical to our success and we’re proud to be represented by the best, top-performing partners in this industry. Polycom is honored to recognize Carousel Industries for their continued excellence in meeting customer needs,” Myers added.
Recently, Carousel Industries announced it signed a letter of intent to acquire Juma Technology Corp. The acquisition of Juma Technology will assist Carousel Industries to build on its core capabilities in convergence, IP telephony and networking.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell