Distinction is for Cisco Channel Partners capable of delivering industry-leading IoT solutions to customers

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 LaSalle Solutions, a division of Fifth Third Bank, National Association (“Fifth Third Bank”) announced today its attainment of the Cisco IoT Specialization for its U.S. operations. This distinction is awarded to Cisco Channel Partners who can sell, implement and support advanced Cisco solutions that connect cutting-edge Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to industrial networks.

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Along with the Cisco IoT Specialization, LaSalle Solutions has earned and maintained many other Roles, Levels, Specializations and Designations from the Cisco Partner Program. As a Gold Integrator, LaSalle is Master Specialized, Customer Experience Specialized, and holds a long list of Advanced Architecture Specializations as well as Master Collaboration and Master Security. Discover the entire list in the Cisco Partner Locator Tool

“Earning the Cisco IoT Specialization is another major milestone on our journey to becoming the go-to Cisco partner for companies throughout the U.S.,” said Steven Robb, President of LaSalle Solutions. “LaSalle has always been committed to helping organizations find the modern technologies and lifecycle solutions that will help them adapt to new challenges and pursue fresh opportunities. Cisco’s IoT offerings fit perfectly into this category and we look forward to ensuring more customers can harness the power of the IoT through them.”

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Cisco is one of LaSalle’s strategic partners, for which LaSalle has demonstrated top-tier technological proficiency as well as the ability to deliver the best possible implementations for end customers.

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