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Cisco Hosts First Partner Summit in Kuwait to Recognize its Channel Partners
Awards Top Performing Channel Partners in Kuwait for 2011
Kuwait 03 July 2011: Cisco hosted its first Partner Summit in Kuwait last week to recognize the performance of its top channel partners for 2011 at an awards ceremony in the Sheraton Hotel.
The event focused on the importance of supporting channel and strategic partners. Topics included discussions on Cisco 's architectural approach, Cisco 's partner organization strategy, initiatives and programs as well as the company's vision and strategy for Cisco solutions encompassing Unified Communications and Collaboration.
The Cisco Partner Awards recognize exemplary channel partners whose business best practices have demonstrably contributed to the success of the customers they serve, through a combination of innovation and operational excellence. Award winners are nominated by local and regional Cisco executives.
The event was concluded by Cisco giving awards to eight of its top-performing channel partners.
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