These new solutions help to drive customer productivity and growth by allowing SMBs/SMEs to get the most out of smartphones, tablets, and cloud applications and servicesBANGALORE, INDIA: Cisco on Friday announced the launch of new wireless access points, routers, switches, unified communications and partner-managed service offerings for small and business businesses (SMBs/SMEs)in India.
These new solutions help to drive customer productivity and growth by allowing small businesses to get the most out of smartphones, tablets, and cloud applications and services, said a press release.
The networking company will be running its 'Advantage Now! Road Show' in India in May with the focus on up-skilling its partner base to help SMB customers maximize mobility and cloud technologies.
The event will cover eight cities and reach out to approximately 500 partners across India and SAARC. The centerpiece of the road show is a new suite of products that include new wireless access points, routers, switches, and unified communications offerings.
These new solutions help to drive customer productivity and growth by allowing SMBs to get the most out of smartphones, tablets, and cloud applications and services, the company claimed.
“SMBs represent a very important part of our business and partners are Cisco’s primary route to market. The Advantage Now road show that we conduct twice a year is an important vehicle for us to keep our partners up to date with our technologies. We also help our partners on the business side and have helped many to increase profitability,” said Arun Dharmalingam, VP, Partner Led Velocity and Distribution Sales at Cisco India and SAARC.
“Cisco’s innovations are helping to ensure that businesses of all sizes can keep pace with the speed of their customers by helping them build the right network, securely and reliably. Mobility and cloud are two important care-abouts for our SMB customers with the number of mobile-connected devices expected to exceed the world’s population in 2012, and the adoption of cloud services by SMBs expected to hit 98 per cent by 2015,” he concluded.