Nexus Recognized as a Cisco Collaboration Innovator

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Case Study Demonstrates How Collaboration Transforms Business Processes and Company Culture

Nexus IS, Inc. (“Nexus”), a leading national provider of professional and managed services for advanced IT solutions, announced today that they have been recognized as a Cisco Collaboration Innovator. The designation publicly recognizes partners that transform existing business processes and company cultures using Cisco collaboration technologies.

To qualify for the Collaboration Innovator designation, Nexus showcased how mobile, social, visual, and virtual collaboration capabilities can make a mobile workforce more effective. A case study was developed, highlighting the complete Cisco collaboration solution value, its ability to engage individuals, and the way it translates to the end customer.

To help streamline and improve its own business processes, as well as better understand customer needs, Nexus has deployed the full range of Cisco collaboration and communications solutions. Leveraging these solutions has enabled Nexus to extend and share expertise throughout its entire organization, improving business agility and enhancing productivity. Solutions like TelePresence, WebEx, and Jabber allow for constant communication with an increasingly mobile workforce between and among partners, colleagues, and customers. Other benefits include reduced travel costs and faster decision-making.

The Collaboration Innovator designation perfectly aligns with Nexus’ commitment to use nearly everything they sell. The first-hand experience gained during internal implementation and adoption translate to every customer engagement, providing customers both technical deployment expertise and a real-world example of the business benefits from a user perspective. “We understand that a shift in the way people work is coming, and it will be challenging,” said Amy Smith, Nexus Collaboration Practice Director. “However, we are actually looking forward to facing the same growing pains that our customers will, and sharing what we have learned.”

Read the full case study at: http://www.nexusis.com/resources/CollaborationInnovatorCaseStudy.pdf.

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