Cisco Names HBS as a Customer Experience Specialized Partner
Cisco Names Heartland Business Systems as a Customer Experience Specialized Partner
Little Chute, WI - 12/14/2020
Heartland Business Systems achieves Cisco’s Customer Experience Specialized Partner status.
Heartland Business Systems (“HBS”), LLC, a Midwest information technology leader, achieves Cisco’s Customer Experience Specialized Partner status. This designation acknowledges HBS’ interaction with customers, creation of value and impact on customer business outcomes as a Cisco business partner.
"This achievement recognizes our many efforts aimed at exceeding customer experience expectations throughout the challenges of this past year. Our partnership with Cisco, and the technologies they bring to the market, aligned with our Engineering services team positions HBS to guide clients in the effective utilization of technology and gain competitive advantage. This award represents our ability to communicate effectively, understand client needs, and engineer solutions that have a material impact on their business outcomes. We are proud to receive this recognition," said Ben Turner, Vice President of Strategy and Growth.
Heartland Business Systems is a Cisco Gold Certified Partner with Cisco Advanced Specializations in Data Center Architecture, Security Architecture, Enterprise Networks, and Collaboration Architecture. To connect with HBS, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-236-7914.
About Heartland Business Systems HBS is a premier technology integration provider specializing in consulting, infrastructure, business automation, and networking solutions. HBS employs over 200 technical engineers and business consultants throughout the Midwest and services customers within the education, government, healthcare, and corporate markets. To connect with HBS in your region, visit www.HBS.net.
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