August 15, 2013
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Aug. 15 -- Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., a leading information technology support and managed IT services provider in Southern California, announced that it has become an Enterprise partner in the VMware Partner Network. This achievement demonstrates Accent Computer Solutions' continued efforts in becoming an expert in VMware virtualization and cloud solutions. Further, Accent Computer Solutions has taken the necessary steps to ensure that both pre-sales and delivery technical engineers have met the level of expertise required to be an Enterprise-level partner.
"We're focused on helping small and midsize businesses get better results from their information technology, and our relationship with partners like VMware improves our ability to do so," says Accent's president, Marty Kaufman. "Being recognized as an Enterprise Partner in the VMware Partner Network demonstrates our team's commitment to staying up-to-date on technology so we can continue to provide the best IT solutions for our clients."
"VMware is pleased to recognize Accent Computer Solutions with Enterprise status, one of the highest partnership levels within the VMware Partner Network," said Frank Rauch, Vice President, Americas Partner Organization, VMware. "We value our relationship with Accent Computer Solutions and look forward to even greater success in the future."
As an Enterprise-level partner, VMware recognizes Accent Computer Solutions as a go-to solution provider that can deliver comprehensive VMware solutions and services to customers on the journey to cloud computing. Enterprise-level partners are among the most qualified partners in the VMware Partner Network and with this distinction, Accent Computer Solutions has demonstrated a broad range of expertise and the ability to best serve their customers' needs in data center, cloud and end-user computing solutions.
About Accent Computer Solutions, Inc.
Founded in 1987, Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. is a leading managed IT service and IT support provider serving a wide spectrum of businesses and organizations in Southern California and across the nation. Accent is headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. and also has offices in Riverside, San Bernardino, Redlands, Los Angeles, and Orange County. With 40 employees, the company caters to the needs of small to medium-sized businesses, as well as to multi-office, multi-location enterprises. Accent focuses on reducing the cost and risk of information technology by providing proactive IT services, IT outsourcing, network services, cloud computing, IT support, business telephone/VoIP, new building and remodel cabling, and wireless solutions. For more information, visit www.AccentOnIT.com, or call (888) 373-5505.
About the VMware Partner Network
The VMware Partner Network is a comprehensive program that provides a common infrastructure, extensive sales and services tools, margin opportunities and industry-recognized training for the entire VMware partner ecosystem, including solution providers, technology partners and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The VMware Partner Network is designed to help ensure a more consistent and successful user experience as well as help partners increase their business potential by increasing their skills in VMware solutions. The program helps partners maximize their investments in VMware virtualization to provide customers with the best end-to-end virtualization solutions available.
Source: Accent Computer Solutions
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