Avoid Potential Risks While Navigating Lead Times
Material shortages across the semiconductor industry, as well as logistics challenges, continue to impact supply chains globally. Now, more than ever, it is important to stay vigilant and protect your business by purchasing Cisco products through Cisco’s authorized partners.
Where You Purchase Matters
Co-authored with Al Palladin Given the state of the global supply chain, where you choose to purchase matters more than ever. This is crucial for all industries from government to healthcare to financial services. We want to ensure government agencies, hospitals, or banks, as examples, have the peace of mind knowing they’re purchasing genuine Cisco […]
The Big Risk of Fraudulent Products for Small Business
Whether purchased knowingly or inadvertently, unauthorized products can significantly harm a small business, for whom the margins of error are slim to nil.
Look Closely Before Hitting “Buy”
I was about to hit “Buy” for a name brand microphone when I noticed something was a bit off. Looking more closely, I realized this was not the true brand I thought it was and that it was being sold by a suspicious third party. My experience was trivial compared to what can happen to Cisco’s partners with gray market and counterfeit products which account for over $1 Billion in displaced sales annually.
3 Key Steps to Protect Your Network from Counterfeit Cisco Products
Learn how to protect from Cisco counterfeit by accessing “Our Identify Counterfeit” platform, source from Cisco partners and check if your gear comes with a valid software license and warranty.
Prodec’s Journey With Cisco
With around 57,000 partners around the world, Cisco’s partner mega-machine generates about 85 percent of Cisco’s global bookings. It’s no wonder that Cisco’s Authorized Channel enjoys near-legendary status in the market.
Keeping Counterfeit transceivers out of our Authorized Market
Our team partners closely with both law enforcement and customs officials around the world to stop counterfeit products at the border, identify counterfeit operations and pursue legal actions against infringers of Cisco’s intellectual property rights, including trademarks.