ProSys, as the 2013 Cisco South Commercial Partner of the Year, is honored to be the featured partner in Cisco’s Fall 2013 Global Supplier Diversity Business Development Newsletter.
This publication provides links to international GSDBD news, GSDBD programs, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council news, as well as featuring suppliers and partners.
“As a Cisco Gold Certified Partner and a protégé in the Cisco Executive Mentor Protégé Program (EMP 2), ProSys successfully brings together customized IT solutions and comprehensive engineering expertise, coupled with proprietary technology applications and best-in-class products. Established in 1997 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, ProSys is a nationally certified woman-owned business enterprise founded by Michelle Clery, with more than 12,000 systems integrated annually. How do they do it? In one word, strategically. ProSys has two multivendor solution labs, partners and collaborates with more than 130 technology companies, holds multiple premier manufacturer certifications, reports 20+ clients in the Fortune 100, and maintains a 3-to-1 engineer-to-sales ratio.
The following awards are proof of ProSys’ success:
- 2013 Cisco South Commercial Partner of the Year and Cisco Channel Customer Satisfaction Excellence
- CRN’s 2013 “Solution Provider 500,” “50 Largest Integrators in North America,” and “Tech Elite 250/Solution Providers
In addition to private sector customers (commercial and enterprise), ProSys has customers in the public sector (government and educational organizations). With a customer base that encompasses both sectors, ProSys designs thousands of technology solutions annually.
Giving back to the regional communities is an important mission of the company. Its corporate social responsibility efforts include mentoring young entrepreneurs, walking for cancer or autism, donating hardware for preschool education, and support for the United Way and Wounded Warrior Project. It doesn’t stop there. ProSys also provides customers with greener ways to recycle and reuse the technology hardware they upgrade. ”
–source: Cisco Fall 2013 GSDBD Champions of Diversity Newsletter