Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) is talking up the Internet of Everything to channel partners, an on-the-horizon opportunity it pegs at more than $14 trillion worldwide.read more
Cisco Systems (CSCO) has opened three new Internet of Things (IoT)-centric specializations intended to help partners capitalize on what the networking giant pegs as a largely untapped $19 trillion opportunity for the networked connection of physical devices and objects.
Edison Peres, Cisco System’s (NASDAQ: CSCO) Worldwide Channels senior vice president, wrote in a newly posted blog that the vendor is busy taking the collective temperature of its channel partners globally concerning its go-to-market strategies, programs, incentives, sales teaming and other channel-related things.
“Every year we bring together a select group of partners as part of a series of Cisc
With increasing frequency, several prominent vendors have gone to greater than usual lengths recently to detail for channel partners their view of how value-add, differentiation and profitability looks and plays in the cloud marketplace.
For example, Mark Hennessy, IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) new channel chief, has been talking up the vendor’s strategy to help partners “move to higher-value spaces to drive
Wanting to capitalize on what it says is a $61 billion global opportunity with SMB and midmarket companies, Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) announced Partner Plus, an extension of its Partner Led program aimed at partners serving in the midsize space.
Cisco Systems (CSCO) kicked off three new business-centric certifications aimed at arming channel partners with the proper skills and expertise to engage in strategic, structured business planning with customers oriented around the vendor’s technology.
The Internet of Things -- which Cisco dubs the Internet of Everything -- generates lots of noise. But can it generate money?
Can the Internet of Things -- which Cisco calls The Internet of Everything -- generate profit and revenue growth for channel partners and service providers? Cisco Partner Summit 2014 offered some hype -- and clues.
At the Cisco Partner Summit 2012, Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) unveiled its Services Partner Program, a new initiative that reduces the number of services programs from 47 to one and rewards partners based on their level of investment — the greater the investment, the greater the rebates.
Services make up a significant amount of Cisco Systems’ channel partners’ revenue — in
Cisco (CSCO) held a press event in Manhattan this week to announce its new Unifed Computing Systems (UCS) lineup, including the new UCS Mini for edge-scale computing and the UCS M-Series Modular Servers.