|By PR Newswire||
|April 24, 2014 03:00 PM EDT||
PLEASANTON, Calif., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HPM Networks has been named to CRN's 2014 Tech Elite 250 for the fourth year running. The Tech elite 250 represent an exclusive group of IT solution providers that have invested in the training and education needed to earn the most advanced technical certifications from leading vendors. In compiling the list, CRN editors worked with The Channel Company's research group to define the most customer-beneficial technical certifications in the IT channel. These technical certifications, from vendors including HP, VMware, Cisco, Citrix and EMC have enabled solution providers to deliver the most premium products, service and support to their customers.
HPM Networks is committed to training and certification in data center technologies from multiple vendors. It has helped a wide range of private and public entities drive business innovation and success. The technical team understands how the integration of each technology component is essential to a successful strategy. HPM has identified and adapted to the skills and training needed to best serve customers. HPM is recognized by CRN's Tech Elite 250 to have proven their commitment to delivering products and services that are valued most by their customers.
"The solution providers highlighted on our annual Tech Elite 250 have demonstrated a commitment to excellence and gained industry credibility by investing in the IT certifications necessary to stay competitive and deliver the highest level of service to their customers, " said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. By identifying and adapting to the skills and training needed to best serve today's customer, members of the Tech Elite 250 have proven their commitment to delivering the products and services that customers value most.
HPM Networks was also named by HP as one of only ten United States Platinum Partners for 2014. HPM and HP have shared a 17 year partnership and continue to strengthen their offering to clients by providing quality products, expert integration and top notch support.
Romi Randhawa, HPM Networks CEO added this about the HP and HPM relationship, "We are very proud to be at the top tier of HP relationship. Our decision to go exclusively HP over a decade ago has provided tremendous growth. HP offers the most beneficial channel partner programs that allow platinum partners to plan and grow their business significantly. We will continue to invest in their wide portfolio offerings to leverage our future growth."
HPM Networks Executive Vice-Present Charles Miano stated, "We at HPM are extremely proud of these achievements and believe strongly there is a direct correlation between continued education of our personnel to value they bring to our clients. To this end, we will work very hard to continue to stay on top of the market so we may continue to earn the trust of our clients and provide for them at the highest level."
HPM has recently merged with Cancom, one of the largest independent system houses in Europe, though will continue to be led by its seasoned management team and its shareholders. The merged company will continue to serve customers as a global leader in cloud computing and integrated IT services and solutions for enterprise clients. HPM is the best choice for businesses with substantial and complex technology needs who embrace our values and approach. HPM is trusted over other partners because of its insistence on intelligent planning through education.
CANCOM Group is one of the largest IT system houses in Europe. CANCOM has strong partnerships with leading IT technology providers like HP, IBM, Citrix, Cisco, Apple, Microsoft, VMware, SAP etc. The company was established in 1992 and has grown to over 2000 employees and more than 30 locations. CANCOM is publicly-traded on the Frankfurt, Germany Stock Exchange (XTRA: COK) and is included in the TecDAX stock index that tracks the performance of the 30 largest German technology companies.
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