World Wide Technology Wins Cisco Partner Award; Jim Kavanaugh Comments

World Wide TechnologyWorld Wide Technology has received a Cisco Partner Summit Global Award in recognition of the former company’s business practices and role it plays in the technology services industry.

The company received the 2016 Solution Innovation Partner of the Year award at Cisco’s annual partner conference in California, WWT said Friday.

“We are honored to receive these awards and continue to deepen our Cisco expertise and strengthen our longstanding partnership,” said WWT CEO and Co-Founder Jim Kavanaugh.

“To be recognized by Cisco across such an array of sectors and focus areas speaks to WWT’s commitment.”

World Wide Technology also received 10 other awards during the summit such as Cisco Services Partner of the Year, National Technical Excellence Partner of the Year, Federal Partner of the Year, and Enterprise Partner of the Year.

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