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LaSalle Solutions Demos High Level of Expertise with Cisco Voice and Unified Communications Solutions; Achieves Master Unified Communications Specialization

March 25, 2014

Partnerships can offer an enhanced set of skills and capabilities to the members involved. LaSalle Solutions, a provider of life-cycle management services for technology and capital assets, confirmed that the company has successfully fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy, and support Cisco Unified Communications (News - Alert) solutions and thus has achieved the Master Unified Communications Specialization from Cisco.

To achieve the Master Unified Communications Specialization, LaSalle Solutions had to first attain the Advanced Unified Communications Specialization. After meeting stringent requirements that demonstrate its master-level sales, technical, and services and infrastructure capabilities, LaSalle achieved this certification. Cisco (News - Alert) master specializations provide LaSalle Solutions access to comprehensive sales, technical, and lifecycle services training and support available from Cisco.

"As the technical bar keeps getting raised higher and higher, we are pleased that Cisco has recognized LaSalle Solutions for our expertise in combining a high level of knowledge, experience and capabilities with an investment in people, processes and technology," Steven Robb, president of the Solutions Group at LaSalle Solutions, said in a statement.

"As a company, we hold ourselves to the highest standard. This certification recognizes the achievement of that standard," Robb added.

Cisco is a specialist in networking products and solutions. By joining the Cisco Channel Partner (News - Alert) program, members can enhance their expertise and add value and opportunity, growth and profitability. Richard McLeod, senior director of business development at Cisco believes that LaSalle Solution's investment in the Master Unified Communications Specialization ranks them among the industry's elite.

"As a result of this accomplishment, our customers are able to connect to their employees, partners and customers with the information where and when they need it," said Adam McCombs, executive vice president of professional services and strategy, LaSalle Solutions.

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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