March 22, 2013
ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 22 — TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS), a world leader in highly reliable and secure mobile communication technology, announced today it has once again achieved the Cisco Master Service Provider Certification for cloud and managed services and Silver Certified Partner Certifications from Cisco. The Cisco Master Service Provider Certification recognizes TCS as having the capabilities to sell and deliver cloud and managed services to help accelerate time to market and time to revenue. Additionally, the certification rewards partners for their expertise and investments for creating, selling and delivering cloud and managed services with financial incentives and go-to-market benefits in all countries of legal presence. To earn Silver recertification, TCS had to meet rigorous standards for networking competency, service, support and customer satisfaction set forth by Cisco. In addition, TCS' Cisco Powered managed services designation in Cisco Powered Managed Connectivity has been renewed.
Michael Bristol, senior vice president and general manager of TCS' Government Solutions Group, said: "Cisco's requirements for their certifications are rigorous and reflect their status as a leading technology company. Thus, being able to once again achieve the Silver and Master Service Provider certifications, as well as the Cisco Powered Network designation, confirms that we are using our skills, processes and capabilities to successfully meet our customers' high standards with our secure and customizable solutions."
Surinder Brar, chief strategist of the Worldwide Partner Organization, Cisco, said: "Cisco is committed to providing tools, training and programs to help drive partner growth, differentiation and profitability. TCS has made an investment in delivering the integrated and customized technology solutions today's customers demand."
TCS has established a proven track record for more than 25 years as a trusted provider of communication technology solutions to solve the government's toughest technical challenges, under conditions that demand the highest level of reliability, availability and security. To ensure mission continuity, TotalCom® offers deployable, highly secure communication solutions and complete end-to-end managed services for converged (IP-based) voice, video and data solutions to organizations requiring seamless and secure connectivity between fixed sites and remote operations.
About TeleCommunication Systems, Inc.
TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS) is a world leader in highly reliable and secure mobile communication technology. TCS infrastructure forms the foundation for market leading solutions in E9-1-1, text messaging, commercial location and deployable wireless communications. TCS is at the forefront of new mobile cloud computing services providing wireless applications for navigation, hyper-local search, asset tracking, social applications and telematics. Millions of consumers around the world use TCS wireless apps as a fundamental part of their daily lives. Government agencies utilize TCS' cyber security expertise, professional services, and highly secure deployable satellite solutions for mission-critical communications. Headquartered in Annapolis, MD, TCS maintains technical, service and sales offices around the world.
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