CCL-Revera achieves VMware principal partner status

ROB O'NEILL BY ROB O'NEILL | January 31, 2020

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Spark-owned ICT services provider CCL-Revera has achieved principal partner status in VMware's newly-launched partner programme. The new certification, which CCL said was a New Zealand first, recognised the company’s expertise with VMware’s proprietary virtualisation technologies across hybrid cloud, data centres, desktop and mobility, and networks. It also opened the door to new business planning and co-selling opportunities, incentives, and external badging. Revera achieved VMware premier partner status in 2012 and now holds close to 300 VMware certifications across its team of 58 engineers. Principal partner status is awarded to service providers who have achieved either VMware cloud verified status or master services competency (MSC) and, as such, are deemed the vendor’s most capable partners.

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