Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has announced that it has been named by CRN – a brand of the Channel Company – to its Tech Elite 250 list, recognizing IT solution providers with deep technical expertise and premier certifications. The annual list honors an exclusive group of companies that have earned the highest number of advanced technical certifications from leading IT suppliers, scaled to their company size.
To compile the annual list, The Channel Company’s research group and CRN editors work together to identify the most customer-beneficial technical certifications in the North American IT channel. The companies selected have obtained these elite designations, which enable solution providers to deliver premium products, services and customer support.
The recognition comes as result of Konica Minolta’s continuous efforts to offer business solutions that address the changing technology and requirements of its customers. The company has earned advanced product and technical certifications from a wide swath of IT vendors across a variety of critical industries. These all include Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, VMware and Symantec and many vertical specific certifications.
“Being named to CRN’s Tech Elite 250 list is no small feat,” said Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company. “These companies have distinguished themselves with multiple, top-level IT certifications, specializations and partner program designations from the industry’s most prestigious technology providers. Their pursuit of deep expertise and broader skill sets in a wide range of technologies and IT practices demonstrates an impressive commitment to elevating their businesses—and to providing the best possible customer experience.”
“This is an honor we don’t take lightly,” said Todd Croteau, president of All Covered IT Services at Konica Minolta. “This recognition confirms our dedication to being a strategic solutions provider that is constantly raising its knowledge base to meet the needs of its clients, and the demands of the marketplace.”
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