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Polycom Honours Partners with Circle of Excellence Award

Polycom partners from around the world recognized for advancing collaboration and empowering the workplace of the future

Polycom has announced the winners of its 2014 Circle of Excellence Awards at TEAM Polycom 2015, the company’s annual partner conference held in Orlando, Florida.

During a special awards ceremony, Polycom recognised partner companies that excel at incorporating value-added solutions and services which create lasting value for customers. These partners also demonstrate the highest level of expertise in implementing Polycom’s solutions, while delivering best-in-class performance and exceptional sales results.

“Partners play a critical role in Polycom’s journey to unleash the power of human collaboration,” said Mark Arman, Polycom Vice President of Worldwide Channels. “Polycom’s partner community is highly skilled, motivated, entrepreneurial and innovative. Our strategy relies heavily on our ability to work in lock-step with our partners to address the dynamic challenges of the modern workplace, and we are thrilled to recognise our top-performing partners.”

In addition to recognising its go-to-market partners, Polycom honoured its leading technology and alliance partners for demonstrating unique and innovative approaches to implementing customer applications that extend the value of the Polycom RealPresence Platform and software components.

Polycom places user experiences at the centre of its product and solutions development to create voice, video and content collaboration solutions that fit the way teams work. Polycom’s portfolio advances collaboration regardless of location or device. By teaming with leaders in the IT channel, Polycom will continue to go beyond in customer service, innovation and creating experiences that defy distance and fuel the workplace of the future—today.

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