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AC3 'thrilled' to become new inductee in Cisco Winner's Circle

28 Nov 2016

AC3 has been celebrating its success at being one of the nine Australian businesses to make the Cisco Winner's Circle this year.

The company posted a statement on its website saying it is proud to have made the Circle, which recognises achievements by members of the Cisco Partner Program.

AC3's senior relationship manager attended the ceremony and says that it was a worthwhile opportunity for networking with other APAC partners.

"It’s great to connect and share how we’re all using the latest technologies to deliver solutions to our customers’. Cisco also shared some of their strategic direction with the elite group of partners," he says.

David Abouhaidar says that Bebawy has 'excelled' when working on Cisco solutions that have benefited customers and their goals.

AC3 CEO Simon Xistouris says, ‘We are thrilled to be recognised as a key Cisco partner in 2016. This award really demonstrates our commitment to working with our strategic partners to deliver world class ICT solutions. Being part of the Winner’s Circle is a credit to our team and the partnership with have with Cisco".

AC3 also partners with Citrix, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Lenovo, Microsoft, VMWare, Juniper Networks, Amazon Web Services, Commvault, Zerto, Zscaler and many others. 

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