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Signal Alliance wins Cisco international award

December 7, 2016 • General, Top Stories, West Africa

John Donovan, Cisco COO EMEAR; Yasmin Kirton, Cisco Africa Snr Virtual Sales Manager; Adanma Onuegbu, Signal Alliance Nigeria CEO; Tunji Akintokun, Cisco Africa Partner & Commercial Lead, and Milo Schacher, Cisco EMEAR VP Partner Organisation. (image: Moses Braimah)

John Donovan, Cisco COO EMEAR; Yasmin Kirton, Cisco Africa Snr Virtual Sales Manager; Adanma Onuegbu, Signal Alliance Nigeria CEO; Tunji Akintokun, Cisco Africa Partner & Commercial Lead, and Milo Schacher, Cisco EMEAR VP Partner Organisation. (image: Moses Braimah)

Nigeria was recently celebrated and honoured in Seychelles following the Cisco global Winner Circle Corner Award 2016 given to Signal Alliance. The award recognizes a group of top performers who through their commercial activities in the 2016 financial year have become part of Cisco’s elite partner sales team.

Speaking on the award, Adanma Onuegbu, CEO Signal Alliance, says “This is an amazing accomplishment when you understand that Cisco has over 50,000 partners world-wide, and Signal Alliance is the only company in Nigeria and West Africa on the 2016 Cisco Winners Circle.”

Despite the economic recession, Signal Alliance is recognized as one of the 255 Fastest Growing Cisco Commercial Partners in the world, and among the 100 partners from the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia Region (EMEAR). The two other companies recognized in Africa are from Kenya and Egypt.

Earlier this year in Toronto Canada, Signal Alliance won the Microsoft Country Partner of the Year. The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. Also, from Microsoft Nigeria in another award ceremony it was recognized thrice as Cloud Productivity Partner of the Year, Cloud Excellence Partner of the Year, and P-Seller of the Year.

Founded over 20 years ago, Signal Alliance is Nigeria’s information technology company and a system integrator. It is a Cisco, Microsoft, CA technologies and Polycom partner who also invest and incubate technology startups.

Staff Writer

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