Posted on Nov 28, 2016 3:48:58 PM
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Cisco has announced that Development Group, Inc. (DGI) is the recipient of both the America West SLED Partner of the Year and the America West Breakaway Partner of the Year – Northern California for 2016. These two awards are symbolic of the amazing partnership that DGI has developed with Cisco over nearly eight years. DGI leverages Cisco’s solutions and architectures to provide their customers with enterprise-class technology solutions in order to facilitate the business outcomes they need. 

The America West SLED Partner of the Year is an honor that DGI is incredibly proud to accept. This award is one of the highest honors within the industry. According to DGI Vice President Jason Eatmon,  “The coolest thing about this award is that we weren’t shooting for it. It literally came out of the blue because Cisco sees the value in how we do business.”    

The America West Breakaway Partner of the Year – Northern California award is also an honor to receive because it acknowledges a partner’s performance as it compares to standard business trends. DGI “broke away” from those trends and out-performed the expectations and average trends better than other partners did. Said Eatmon, “This award was a neat surprise. We just do our thing, but apparently we’re unique enough to receive this amazing recognition.”

DGI is a next-generation solutions integrator with a focus on delivering business outcomes. We leverage a proven process that produces consistent results and establishes IT as a relevant contributor to organizational goals and objectives. Established in 2009, DGI is dedicated to helping IT become a strategic partner in every organization.

Cisco Partner Summit Theater awards reflect the top-performing partners within specific technology markets across the United States. All award recipients are selected by a group of Cisco Global Partner Organization and regional and theater executives.

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