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MENAFN Press - 07/04/2014
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(MENAFN Press) Amman, April 2014 - BCI, a leading information and communication technology and security provider in Jordan and the region, has been named Partner of the Year Middle East & North Africa by Polycom. The award was granted in recognition of BCI's efforts in helping Polycom achieve its product sales objectives, in addition to providing technical support to Polycom clients across different geographic regions.



The Partner of the Year award honors partners who have successfully incorporated value-added services that subsequently result in high-profile customers selecting Polycom's solutions within a specific country. BCI's Polycom Product Manager Mohammad Hussein and Sales Account Manager Imad Zagha received the award on behalf of the Company during Polycom's annual partner conference entitled TEAM Polycom 2014, which was held in Vancouver, Canada



"Being named Polycom's top partner within the MENA region is a proud distinction that reaffirms our standing as the trusted choice for individuals and organizations alike for the past 18 years. At BCI, we are committed to adopting the highest professional and quality standards, and continuously strive to effectively cater to our clients' evolving needs. Receiving this prestigious accolade is further testament to our advanced market position as a pioneering regional company," commented BCI CEO Labeeb Baransi.



Since its founding in 1996, BCI has grown to establish a broad client base that spans the MENA region by consistently delivering premium integrated telecom, audio, visual, computer network and data security solutions via multiple branches across Jordan, Palestine, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq and Libya



Polycom is a leading international unified telecom provider, offering visual, audio and infrastructure telecom products and solutions. In 2013, Polycom's sales volume was recorded at USD 1.5 billion.





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