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Trivalent Group Named to 2015 List of CRN Tech Elite 250

GRANDVILLE — Trivalent Group, the leading managed cloud, IT support, business continuity and network services company in Michigan, today announced it has been named to The Channel Company’s CRN® Tech Elite 250. This annual list recognizes IT solution providers that have invested in the training and education needed to earn the most advanced technical certifications from leading vendors.

 

"As a solution provider, Trivalent has earned more than 100 technical certifications that demonstrate we have completed the necessary training and education to provide the highest level of service to our customers,” said Larry Andrus, Trivalent Group CEO. “We are honored to be recognized among this elite list of certified providers."

 

In compiling the list, The Channel Company’s research group and CRN editors collaborated to assess the most customer-beneficial technical certifications in the IT channel. These technical certifications—from vendors including Cisco, Citrix, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, NetApp, Microsoft, VMware and Symantec, among others—have enabled solution providers to deliver an outstanding level of premium products, services and support to their North American customers.

 

“The solution providers selected for our annual Tech Elite 250 have demonstrated a commitment to excellence and gained industry credibility by investing in the IT certifications necessary to deliver exceptional service to their customers and stay competitive,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company.“ These featured solution providers have enhanced and strengthened their partnerships by earning some of the most difficult certifications from some of the most prominent names in IT. We congratulate these organizations and look forward to their continued success.”

 

Coverage of the Tech Elite 250 will be featured in the April issue of CRN, and online at www.CRN.com.GRANDVILLE, Mich. (April 23, 2015) — Trivalent Group, the leading managed cloud, IT support, business continuity and network services company in Michigan, today announced it has been named to The Channel Company’s CRN® Tech Elite 250. This annual list recognizes IT solution providers that have invested in the training and education needed to earn the most advanced technical certifications from leading vendors.

 

"As a solution provider, Trivalent has earned more than 100 technical certifications that demonstrate we have completed the necessary training and education to provide the highest level of service to our customers,” said Larry Andrus, Trivalent Group CEO. “We are honored to be recognized among this elite list of certified providers."

 

In compiling the list, The Channel Company’s research group and CRN editors collaborated to assess the most customer-beneficial technical certifications in the IT channel. These technical certifications—from vendors including Cisco, Citrix, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, NetApp, Microsoft, VMware and Symantec, among others—have enabled solution providers to deliver an outstanding level of premium products, services and support to their North American customers.

 

“The solution providers selected for our annual Tech Elite 250 have demonstrated a commitment to excellence and gained industry credibility by investing in the IT certifications necessary to deliver exceptional service to their customers and stay competitive,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company.“ These featured solution providers have enhanced and strengthened their partnerships by earning some of the most difficult certifications from some of the most prominent names in IT. We congratulate these organizations and look forward to their continued success.”

 

Coverage of the Tech Elite 250 will be featured in the April issue of CRN, and online at www.CRN.com.

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