Janus Networks Recognized by CIO Review Magazine

Janus Networks recently made CIOReview magazine’s 2019 list of 50 most promising Microsoft Solution Providers. How did they do that?

As Nicholas Chu, the principal of Janus Networks, explains, “We have developed and grown as a company by focusing on how the power and flexibility of computing can work for businesses as the technological, commercial landscape evolves. Today, being a Microsoft partner helps us in realizing this as we have been able to extend our ideas and brand by allowing other people to rely on us for testing and certifications.”

Janus Networks undertakes an intuitive engagement process to deliver its solutions. The company understands that each client is unique, and they formulate specialized services to provide excellent results through flexible solutions consistently. The process begins with a deliberation session to comprehend the clients’ needs and specific support quandaries. Then a customized solution designed for the client fulfills their particular requirements.

Further, Janus Networks also engage with its clients every quarter to discuss their strategic goals, as well as IT needs that may have changed. After gathering this information, the company helps its clients in building a futuristic technology solution.

Being a Microsoft gold partner has helped Janus Networks to better its sales leads, software, and support operations. “The collaboration that we have with Microsoft creates an aura of reliability for us within our potential and existing client ecosystem,” says Chu.

To learn more, you can access the complete article at CIOReview magazine online.

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