Kyndryl can better deliver 5G networking solutions.
IT infrastructure service provider Kyndryl achieved Gold Global Integrator status with Cisco. This recognition marks Kyndryl’s ability to deliver and support advanced solutions for joint customers worldwide. The company is one of six companies worldwide to have achieved this milestone.
Kyndryl can now receive gold level perks and incentives. It assures customers that Kyndryl resources and practitioners are available in Cisco supported regions. Global Gold status is also recognition of Kyndryl’s ability to sell, deliver and support Cisco solutions worldwide. In addition, it introduces Cisco solutions to customers around the world Cisco Experience Centers.
Jeff Gatz is Director of the Cisco Global Alliance at Kyndryl.
“As we expand our relationship with Cisco, we are thrilled to achieve global Gold Partner status, which validates and extends our ability to collaborate at scale and deliver the highest level of support and joint benefits to customers. worlds,” Gatz said. “By demonstrating a level of excellence in delivering managed services backed by solutions powered by Cisco, Kyndryl can better ensure its ability to deliver best-in-class 5G network solutions and other innovative solutions that meet the needs and requirements of clients.
Key performance indicators
Kyndryl employees had to meet several criteria to become a Cisco Global Gold Partner. Engineers, architects, and sales teams had to demonstrate expertise in a broad portfolio of Cisco technologies, software, and services. Kyndryl also had to demonstrate its ability to meet key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics. These included Cisco performance thresholds, global, regional, and local competencies, support centers and solutions, hybrid computing offerings, and customer satisfaction.
Nick Holden is vice president of global strategic partners and co-selling for Cisco.
“We are delighted that Kyndryl has joined a very select group of Cisco partners who have invested in and achieved global gold status. Achieving this status in Kyndryl’s short existence requires extraordinary dedication,” Holden said. “We appreciate their partnership investment in Cisco and are excited to grow our joint venture together in critical global markets and architectures, as well as innovate new business models and solutions. »
Additionally, the companies recently partnered to help customers design, build, manage and modernize mission-critical systems. They develop private cloud services; network and edge computing and software-defined networking (SDN) solutions; and multi-net wide area network (WAN) offerings. It’s about enabling digital modernization and cloud acceleration through differentiated on-premises or edge solutions, and fully managed, end-to-end cloud services.