For the 8th consecutive year now, Copy Cat has met all the requirements to renew Cisco’s coveted and highest level of partnership – Cisco’s Gold Certification. Copy Cat have partnered with Cisco for over 20 years and the partnership has been growing stronger and stronger with the recent Gold recertification proving Copy Cat’s substantial investment in skills and resources to provide Cisco solutions and support in the East African region.
Notification from Cisco states “THE COPY CAT LTD has again met all requirements for maintaining Gold Certification, including personnel, support, specialization and Hybrid IT. Your company has demonstrated that it is qualified to sell, install, and support Cisco solutions in EAST AFRICA.”
Copy Cat has once again demonstrated its commitment to partnership with Cisco Systems and also to the East African Market by successfully meeting all the requirements in terms of;
• Architecture Specializations • CCIEs • Cisco Certified Individuals • Customer Satisfaction • Standards based Project Management • ITIL standards based Service Desk
Copy Cat today can address end-to-end, complex requirements of its customers through Advanced Enterprise Networks Architecture Specialization, Advanced Security Architecture Specialization, Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization, Advanced Data Center Architecture Specialization, Advanced Service Provider Architecture Specializations besides Advanced Core and WAN Specialization, Advanced Video Specialization, Advanced Unified Computing Technology Specialization, Advanced IOT – Connected Safety & Security Specializations it possesses.
David Meads, Cisco's Vice President for Middle East and Africa acknowledges Copy Cat on their 30 year anniversary, partnership and good reputation in service delivery back in 2016.
Copy Cat’s Group CIO, Mr. Jaipal Tanwar following the recertification that should last up to October 2018 said, “Quality partnerships such as Cisco’s and customer service undoubtedly position us as a catalyst for the future by connecting businesses with technology. Our impact in both the private and public sector can be felt across East Africa as we have been the ICT pillar-stone in growing establishments, individuals and governments.”
The man behind Copy Cat’s Cisco partnership, Mr. J.A. Prasad said “We have a wide range of skill-sets and a vast wealth of knowledge across our regional offices namely in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda. The IT space is dynamically revolving and our customers’ pain points and needs have to be addressed through innovative solutions. We have effectively positioned ourselves to do just that. We bring together people, processes, data and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before. This turns information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences and unprecedented economic opportunity for our customers.”