NFF’s maturity allows them to provide cutting-edge information security services, and is demonstrated by the following announcement from Cisco Systems:
“Congratulations to NETWORKING FOR FUTURE INC (NFF) for meeting all ATP program requirements and criteria necessary to earn the designation of Cisco ATP – Identity Services Engine Partner in the USA.
NFF has met the rigorous Cisco certified personnel levels required for a ATP – Identity Services Engine Partner. This helps ensure that NFF sales and support organizations are better prepared to properly sell, design, install, and support the ATP program specific technology and products. This is an outstanding accomplishment for NFF and demonstrates your desire to develop expertise in this market…”
NFF holds all Cisco’s Advanced Specializations. Being certified for an ATP is a reflection of additional capabilities in a particular technology area. ATPs are only granted from Cisco on a by-invitation-only basis and serves as an endorsement of the company’s investment in training, demo capabilities, and additional personnel certification prerequisites, which must be met. The company being certified must also have a successful, mature practice and business plan in the technology area and proven customer satisfaction records.
As of this time, there are only very few Cisco partners (about 85 of the almost 1000 Cisco partners in the U.S.) with the ISE ATP designation. “We are very proud to be part of this elite group of Cisco partners and NFF is ready to assist our customers with ISE services and implementation,” said Glen Carter, NFF’s Director of Technology Services. In addition to the ISE, NFF holds two additional ATP designations in Data Center Unified Computing and TelePresence Video Express.