Compugen CSMO featured in BC Business magazine
Posted March 07, 2012 in Announcements
Toronto, Ontario, March 7, 2012 – Compugen announced today it has been named to CRN’s second annual list of the Tech Elite 250. Companies on the 2012 Tech Elite 250 list represent an elite group of North American IT Solution Providers that have invested in the training and education needed to earn the most technical certifications in the IT Channel.
In compiling the list, CRN editors worked with the UBM Channel research group and a team outside experts to define the most customer-beneficial technical certifications in the IT channel. These technical certifications have enabled solution providers to deliver the most premium products, service and support to their North American customers.
Compugen’s dedication to remaining current in certifications and advanced technical training results in customer confidence that solutions will be implemented according to manufacturer specification and partner confidence that products will perform as specified. Being fully certified to deliver advanced solution design, product installation and maintenance services, Compugen can obtain for its customers preferred product and service pricing associated with trusted partner relationships.
“The 2012 Tech Elite 250 list recognizes an exclusive group of Solution Providers that have shown a dedication to helping customers innovate while reducing costs,” said Kelley Damore, Vice President, Editorial Director at UBM Channel. “By identifying and adapting to the skills and training needed to best serve today’s customers, members of the Tech Elite 250 have proven their commitment to delivering the products and services that today’s end-users value most.”
A sample of CRN’s 2012 “Tech Elite 250” list is featured in the February issue of CRN Magazine and online at www.crn.com.
“Compugen year after year invests in staff training to ensure customer satisfaction with what we deliver and to support staff aspirations to excellence in technical service provision and career-path objectives,” said Harry Zarek, Compugen’s President and CEO. “We are proud to be recognized by CRN as one of North America’s 2012 Tech Elite 250.”
Compugen has announced the success of several of its community outreach initiatives as it reaffirms its commitment to corporate citizenship through ongoing charitable work. Historically, the national IT solutions provider has encouraged individual branches across Canada to support their local foundation of choice through donations and employee volunteerism. Every year, different Compugen offices organize fundraising events such as silent auctions and raffles with staff and partners to benefit their chosen cause. Read More …