Intelligent Decisions Earns Principal Partner Status With Sun Microsystems

Global IT services provider Intelligent Decisions, Inc., has advanced from Associate-level to Principal-level status in the Sun Partner Advantage program through completing the necessary Sun certifications and meeting revenue requirements set by Sun.   As a Principal-level Sun partner, ID will have access to exclusive benefits and discounts that can be passed on to their customers, as well as enhanced customer service, training resources and access to Sun Solution Centers and Partner Solutions Labs.

Randy Zewe, Sun Federal Channel Regional Executive, said “We are pleased to award Intelligent Decisions the Sun Partner Advantage level of Principal based on their level of commitment and investment to Sun Microsystems.  The Sun Partner Advantage Program for Channel Partners is the foundation on which all Sun Partner types are able to build and grow their business with Sun and we are confident that ID will succeed based on their decades of IT experience and knowledge of Sun’s products and solutions.”

Intelligent Decisions’ President and Chief Executive Officer, Harry I. Martin, Jr., said of the status award “ID is extremely proud to have been awarded this new partner level status with Sun Microsystems.  Sun Microsystems is a global leader in network computing, so to be awarded this partner status upgrade means that we now have access to Sun’s innovative solutions, technology roadmaps and can offer our clients deeper discounts and product insight.”

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