Comstor awards local winners of global CCNP incentive
Local resellers stand on par with global resellers in CCNP incentive run by Comstor.
Comstor, a leading Cisco distributor and part of Westcon-Comstor, recently wrapped up its global Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) incentive campaign with a South African team member from HCL Axon SA keeping their own amidst their global peers. The programme was designed to help resellers bolster certifications and enhance their internal skills complement on their path to CCNP certification.
The programme, which ran over a four-month period, from April to July 2020, was designed to deliver maximum awareness among Cisco 2 Tier resellers and encourage improved learning among its global channel. As part of the CCNP incentive, Comstor offered DCCOR training that allows resellers to become more prepared for an upcoming CCNP certification. Local winner, Punit Joshi from HCL Axon SA, will receive the DCCOR training for free hosted by Comstor. Our local CDI lead Lutho Nqini and the rest of the team spearheaded the campaign.
“At Comstor, we believe that ongoing skills development and enabling lifelong learning for our resellers is imperative to maintaining a competitive advantage in our market. More importantly, a happy internal team that experiences a large degree of job satisfaction and empowerment, and that have the skills to support them make for a successful business,” said Louise Taute, Comstor Director Southern Africa at Westcon-Comstor.
The DCCOR training in preparation for the CCNP has been provided to winners for free, and the value of the training stands at over $4 500. In addition, Cisco Comstor will offer training vouchers as second and third prizes, of $400 and $200.
In addition, Comstor will be awarding the local winners of the CCNP Incentive with their training vouchers as well as a Comstor-branded hamper including exclusive gear. Winners to date include resellers from Spain, Netherlands, Finland and Portugal.
“We are so proud of the global team, as they continue to show that they are competitive on a global stage,” ends Taute.