Green Cloud Technologies Earns Cisco’s Master Certification

Greenville, SC – March 31, 2016 – Green Cloud Technologies, an employee-owned cloud technology solutions provider based in Greenville, SC, announces that it has achieved Master Certification as a Cisco Cloud and Managed Services Master Partner. This certification aligns with Green Cloud’s Cisco-Powered Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) offerings, and establishes the company as recognized Cisco experts in the industry.

Cisco’s Cloud and Managed Services Program (CMSP) Master certification recognizes that Green Cloud has achieved the highest degree of expertise and competency in three of Cisco’s leading product categories.
The certification is the result of a comprehensive third-party audit to verify Green Cloud’s abilities to design and sell sophisticated Cisco solutions, as well as provide services and support, to its reseller partner network while maintaining the highest standards of enterprise-class reliability and security.

“We are thrilled to have met Cisco’s rigorous standards and been rewarded for our efforts with its CMSP Master certification,” explains Mac McClenathan, Green Cloud’s vice president and general manager, Cisco channel. “For our partners, this critical designation gives them further assurance that we’re experts in these industry-leading technologies, and that we have the capabilities to deliver and support the best available products. All of this helps strengthen our relationship with our partners, which is one of our chief goals as a company.”

Recognized as SC’s fastest-growing company, Green Cloud Technologies provides custom cloud solutions to an exclusive network of reseller partners. By relying on channel-only distribution, Green Cloud can focus on partner enablement without competing for end-user business. The company’s expansive suite of Cisco Powered, cloud-based products, services, and support are scalable to applications of any size—from SMBs to enterprise-class organizations.

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