Cerium Networks is proud to announce that Jim Wilson, Cerium’s Eastern Area Director, was one of a group of roughly 70 individuals presented with a Cisco Bridge Award for demonstrating best practices and excellence in working with the Cisco team. Each quarter, Cisco Account Managers across the United States have an opportunity to nominate partner Account Managers that serve as a “bridge” to them achieving their goals for the award.
Jim was nominated by Kevin Neal, Cisco Account Manager, who commented, “Jim was instrumental in pushing Cisco solutions across the Montana Territory in Q3/Q4 of FY19. Jim assisted and led with multiple Flex Agreement wins, and several key Meraki wins in Q3/Q4. Jim consistently leads with Cisco solutions and was key to the success of the overall Cisco performance across the state. He has converted several legacy telephony accounts to Cisco Collaboration, moved several accounts to the CAT9K platform, and has expanded the Meraki footprint across the territory. Jim consistently engages the Cisco account team and Cisco extended teams in all his accounts and is truly considered a team member of the Montana Account Team.”
“While this award is quite an honor for Jim, it does not surprise me,” explains Roger Junkermier, President of Cerium Networks. “I have worked with Jim for over 20 years, and he has always been at the forefront of technology. He does a tremendous job of educating his clients, and they trust him, for good reason.”
A graduate of Montana State University in Bozeman, Jim is one of the founding members of Cerium Networks. He is responsible for account management, developing sales strategies and sales growth for Cerium across the state of Montana. With over 30 years coordinating and managing large, complex sales with numerous stakeholders, Jim leverages his considerable skills to make a positive impact on his clients and their ability to positively impact the world.