Citrix Specializations, introduced earlier this year, are designed to recommend partners with demonstrated technical competency and end-to-end service delivery of mobile workspace solutions to customers.
To achieve a Specialization, a Citrix Solution Advisor must demonstrate deep, hands-on experience and customer success through completing rigorous requirements. Citrix Specialists hold certifications in leading-edge training, have passed a practicum exam, and have validation of their work through documented, successful customer implementations.
Specializations represent stronger customer value and satisfaction derived from highly qualified partners best prepared to handle multiple aspects of complex, technical projects and deliver holistic solutions supplied by a single organization. With Citrix Specializations in Virtualization; Networking for Datacentre; Mobility and Networking for Security & Mobile Applications, Esteem has demonstrated the depth of skills and ability needed to successfully plan, design, implement, manage and support holistic mobile workspace solutions that meet customers’ needs.
Esteem CEO, Joe Connolly, said: “We were the first ever partner in Europe to achieve Citrix Platinum Partner status 15 years ago, and since then, our experience and Citrix expertise has developed even further. We’ve delivered bespoke Citrix solutions to clients in the public and private sector, helping them to achieve increased business agility, alongside making significant cost savings. Attainment of all four of the Citrix Specialization accreditations is great recognition of the success and expertise of our dedicated Citrix practice.”
Citrix Head of UK & Ireland Channel, Mark Beaumont, said: “By gaining these accreditations, Esteem has demonstrated its advanced skill set, deep knowledge and understanding of the entire core Citrix portfolio. It has a long and successful history of delivering proven Citrix projects to their valued customers, and Citrix is delighted to formally recognise Esteem’s Specialization achievements.”