Certified Partner Program launched by Codan

Thursday, 01 March, 2018

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The Codan Certified Partner Program will be launched at IWCE 2018 in Orlando, Florida.

As a founding member of the P25 Interest Group, Codan Radio Communications has long been a supporter of open standards and interoperability.

Avtec Inc. has joined the Codan Certified Partner Program and will offer its Scout brand of consoles through Codan’s direct and indirect channels.

“Joining this program is an extension of Avtec’s successful relationship with Codan and our shared commitment to advocating for open standards in the LMR market,” said Avtec Senior Vice President of Sales and Solutions John Rosati.

“This partnership will allow clients to deploy a unified Codan radio and Avtec console solution with the confidence that it has undergone rigorous integration testing and will be supported with the highest levels of customer service.”

Certified partner products will be fully incorporated into Codan’s system verification and support processes. Ongoing integration and regression testing will ensure field compatibility of new system releases and enable Codan’s trained technicians to assist customers with all aspects of the end-to-end solution.

“The Codan Certified Partner Program is an important step to providing fully supported and interoperable radio network solutions to our customers worldwide,” said Ron Poulin, Vice President and General Manager of Codan’s Land Mobile Radio business unit.

Certified partner products will be available through Codan and its authorised channels for LMR solutions including Codan’s MT-4E, Cascade and Stratus product lines.

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