“The success of our partners is a top priority for Cisco, and it is an honor to acknowledge Fast Lane as a Cisco Partner Summit Global award recipient," said Edison Peres, senior vice president, Worldwide Channels, Cisco.
Cary, NC (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
The Cisco Partner Summit global awards serve to recognize outstanding and exemplary performance of Cisco channel partners. The evaluation criteria for the Cisco Global Learning Partner of the Year award include innovation, development of unique programs, problem solving and successful sales approaches.
“The success of our partners is a top priority for Cisco, and it is an honor to acknowledge Fast Lane as a Cisco Partner Summit Global award recipient," said Edison Peres, senior vice president, Worldwide Channels, Cisco. “The Cisco Global Learning Partner of the Year presented to Fast Lane recognizes its outstanding achievement as a Cisco channel partner in all three regions.”
Fast Lane is involved with the development and roll out of many highly successful learning projects such as Data Center Talent Program and Seminar as a Service™. Focused on sales enablement, advanced technology and architecture training, Fast Lane has always valued their close working relationship with Cisco and has been delivering a host of learning solutions that help partners and customers articulate the benefits of Cisco’s technology and solutions and align these with business objectives.
Cisco understands and recognizes that innovation is at the forefront of Fast Lane’s vision and core values. Embracing the latest technologies to deliver knowledge transfer and develop skills across the globe, our worldwide Flex™ schedule enables students to join directly into a live classroom anywhere around the world--reducing the world’s carbon footprint and saving customers time out of the office, travel and accommodation costs. In addition to the Global Learning Partner of the Year award, Fast Lane was presented with three additional awards at the Cisco Partner Summit: Latin America Learning Partner of the Year, CANSAC (Caribbean Countries) Learning Partner of the Year and Mexico Learning Partner of the Year. Also, several Fast Lane countries received Cisco’s quality distinction award for consistently achieving the highest quality of all Learning partners worldwide.
“We are extremely pleased that we have been able to achieve our worldwide goals and that with this global award Cisco has recognized our attainment within the education market. With a key understanding of our market places this award reflects all of the hard work and dedication from all of our teams and subsidiaries around the world. On this basis we can continue to pursue our successful business model and drive forward Fast Lane’s global development,” said Torsten Poels, CEO & Chairman of the Board, Fast Lane.
Cisco Partner Summit Global awards reflect the top-performing partners within specific technology markets across all geographical regions. All award recipients are selected by the Cisco Worldwide Partner Organization and multiple regional executives.
About Fast Lane
Fast Lane, founded in 2002, began its U.S. operations in 2005. Through its partnerships with top vendors such as Cisco, NetApp and VMware, the company delivers advanced technology and professional skills training. Fast Lane also provides businesses with customized-content training solutions built around their unique demands through corporate on-site, classroom and Instructor-Led Online (ILO) training sessions. Fast Lane was named one of the Top 20 Training companies for the fifth year in a row by TrainingIndustry.com in 2012. The same year, they were awarded the VMware EMEA Training Partner of the Year award as a VMware Authorized Training Center (VATC). For more information, contact Fast Lane at 1-855-778-7246 or through their corporate Web site (http://www.fastlaneus.com).