New Cisco Award for Fast Lane
Fast Lane receives the Cisco Top Relevance Award EMEAR 2012
24th May 2012, London - At this year’s EMEAR Cisco Learning Partner Summit, held in London from 23rd to 24th May 2012, the Cisco Specialized Learning Partner, Fast Lane (www.flane.de), was awarded the EMEAR Cisco Relevance Award 2012 and recognized by Cisco as the most relevant learning partner in FY12 in the region. The provider of training services impressed the jury with its ongoing investment in high-end labs as well as its active input regarding the development of content in official Cisco training courses. Fast Lane also received praise for the creativity with which it designed the transition from content development to implementation, thereby supporting sales of Cisco solutions and architectures.
Throughout Cisco’s fiscal year, the Cisco Worldwide Learning Partner Channel evaluated global Learning Partners to highlight the extraordinary efforts on the part of these training organizations in the areas of Excellence in Acceleration, Collaboration, Innovation and Relevance.
The EMEAR Cisco Relevance Award 2012 recognizes again Fast Lane’s achievement and alignment to Cisco as an outstanding Learning Partner in the region. The award was presented during the Learning Partner Summit by Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn, Vice President & General Manager, Learning@Cisco, Andres Sintes, Global Director Worldwide Learning Partner Channel, Toon van Geet, Territory Manager Worldwide Learning Partner Channel - EMEAR and Yves Mertens, Director Sales Business Development, from Cisco.
Torsten Poels, CEO & Chairman of the Board, Fast Lane, and Rüdiger Weskamm, Managing Director Germany, Fast Lane, with the Cisco Top Relevance Award EMEAR 2012