Cisco Strategic Relationship Agreement

Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco: “It is increasingly important for companies to use technology to design their business and operational strategies. BBVA has done so in recent years and its efforts are reinforced by this strategic agreement. » University of North Carolina (UNC) Strategic Agreement Contract#: UNC-SRA-051315Cuity: 30.04.2020Description: Cisco Products, SMARTnet NBD Maintenance, Software Application Support (SAS), Software Application Support plus Upgrades (SASU), SMB Support Assistant, Cisco Unified Communications Essential Operate Services and Shared Support Service. Brands Covered: CiscoWeb: www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/industries/government/us-government-solutions-services/resources/government-contracts-funding-vehicles/state-local-government-contracts/university-north-carolina.html Cisco is the #1 security company in the world and has the largest market share in the field of routing and switching. We do a huge amount of business with the UC system and we have just signed a three-year strategic agreement with UCOP. Matt Lough, Cisco`s Chief Operating Officer, said: “The strategic agreement between Cisco and UC has enabled our teams to reconcile Cisco experts with UC initiatives in the data center and multicloud, as well as cooperation and cybersecurity. Now, we`re offering the CPU added value that goes beyond Cisco`s traditional support for network infrastructure. The agreement provides for reduced prices for equipment and maintenance services by authorized resellers. UC employees interested in discounted rates for their organizations should contact their local purchasing office. Each year, from any UC site, an individual can participate in the twenty hours of training required to become a Cisco Certified Internet Engineer (CCIE) for free. Normally, this specialized training would cost an organization about $10,000.

This is a fantastic professional development opportunity for UC`s network engineers, and UC is sending its first cohort in February and March for CCIE training in Irvine and San Francisco. “This agreement with Cisco is part of our strategy to work with global solution providers to create a new ecosystem with major partners that can support our transformation process,” said Carlos Torres Vila, CEO of BBVA. BBVA today signed a strategic alliance with Cisco, which will help the company in its digital transformation process and enable it to become its priority technology partner. The agreement aims to promote connectivity and cooperation between BBVA Group customers and employees and to offer network solutions. . .