Iron Bow Lands 2 Cisco Partner Awards; Rene LaVigne Comments

Rene Lavigne - Iron Bow, ExecutiveMosaic
Rene LaVigne

Iron Bow Technologies has been selected for two 2014 Cisco Partner Summit Global Awards in recognition of Iron Bow’s business practices.

Iron Bow won the public sector architectural excellence award and the U.S. architectural excellence award in the data center category, the company announced Thursday.

“Many of our customers are looking for innovative solutions to create greater efficiencies, drive cost-savings and consolidate within the data center,” said Rene LaVigne, Iron Bow president and CEO.

A Cisco Gold Certified Partner, Iron Bow received three data center awards from Cisco in 2013 and 2012.

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