InfoSystems Awarded Recognition Among CRN’s Tech Elite 250

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

InfoSystems, a Chattanooga-based information technology and cybersecurity firm, was awarded recognition as one of CRN’s Tech Elite 250, a designation comprised of information technology service providers in the U.S. and Canada that demonstrate the highest level of certifications from major technology manufacturers.

CRN, an industry magazine for IT and cybersecurity providers, provides IT channel news, analysis, and insight. Tech Elite 250 is among the media brand’s leading lists that help clients make more informed decisions about service providers. InfoSystems, which provides service across the Southeastern United States, has been included in the ranks of the Tech Elite 250 for four years. 

Partnership levels with manufacturers are awarded based on a company’s ability to successfully deliver highly sought after enterprise technology solutions to customers, as well as the depth of training and certifications among employees. 

CRN evaluates candidates for its Tech Elite 250 list not just on the number of certifications and partnerships but the depth of these relationships. InfoSystems is an IBM Platinum Partner, in addition to significant level partnerships with Cisco, Dell Technologies, HPE, Microsoft, Infinidat, VMWare, and others.

“Our technical sales and engineering team of more than 25 IT professionals holds hundreds of certifications,” says Josh Davis, vice president of Marketing at InfoSystems. “Our depth of experience among engineers and sales volume is impressive, especially for a market like Chattanooga and the surrounding region.” 

Officials said the partnerships prove valuable to customers as InfoSystems engineers have access to specialists from service providers like IBM, who can join in to help customers with specific needs — a fact which speaks to InfoSystems’ ability to provide the complete spectrum of services to customers. 

“We take our certifications seriously and always have. We see it as an investment in the success of our employees and our customers,” Mr. Davis says. “We strive to cultivate the best talent in the industry. Our team members are highly trained and highly skilled, and they bring extensive experience with each platform to the table.” 


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