Velociti earns Symbol certification

May 17, 2005
Kansas City, KS-based Velociti Inc. has announced successfully meeting requirements to become a SymbolCertified Professional Services Vendor

Kansas City, KS-based Velociti Inc. has announced successfully meeting requirements to become a SymbolCertified Professional Services Vendor. Certification in the program is achieved through rigorous training, testing and a demonstration of service delivery skills and knowledge, said Velociti, a mobile installation and deployment specialist.

"Becoming a SymbolCertified Professional Services Vendor places Velociti at the forefront of emerging wireless technologies from Symbol," stated Deryk Powell, Velociti COO. "It's an opportunity for us to not only achieve higher levels of customer satisfaction with the overall Symbol solution, but to penetrate new markets as well."

"The SymbolCertified Professional Services Vendor Program demonstrates Symbol's commitment to sharing best practices with service vendors for the benefit of PartnerSelect members and their customers, fostering profitable and long-lasting relationships," said Robert Bushey, senior director of global professional services for Symbol.

Velociti Inc. was founded in 1989 as a division of Central States Thermo King. The company provides mobile installation and service technicians who perform technology deployments for the transportation, retail and warehousing market sectors. For more information, go to www.velociti.us or phone 913-233-7227.

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