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specialisation

A period of acquisition of special skills or specialty knowledge, usually in a formal educational setting, which is closed with an examination by a specialty board and a certificate of special expertise awarded (board certification).
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Cisco Specialisations require channel partners to fill the following job roles with individuals who have met specific testing requirements: an account manager, responsible for the sales and customer engagement processes; a sales engineer, responsible for the network planning and design; and a field engineer, responsible for the implementation and support of the specified Cisco solution.
Basel III-inspired capital provisions and framework for new liquidity requirement, while yet to be fully implemented, are perhaps the most significant drivers of specialisation.
The Cisco Channel Specialisations are designed to help channel partners develop a technology specific expertise, enabling them to differentiate themselves from the competition," said John Donovan, Managing Director, Cisco Systems "By achieving our Advanced Security Specialisation, channel partners, such as s2s, earn more credibility and are recognised for having a proven expertise in Cisco Advanced Security solutions.