SCTE•ISBE said its “Corporate Alliance Partner” program has hit a milestone, as its ranks has risen to 30 members.
The organization introduced the CAP program in 2014 as part of an effort to bring new training tools and education programs to its partners and to broaden its membership base. Comcast, Time Warner Cable (now part of Charter Communications) and Suddenlink (now part of Altice USA) were CAP’s charter members.
Benefits include discounts on individual employee memberships, downloads and regigrations for online courses, and seats at SCTE•ISBE Leadership Institute programs.
Other operator members of include Access Communications, Cablevisión, Charter, Cox Communications, GCI, Liberty Global, Midco, NBN, Rogers Communications, Shaw Communications, Shentel, Unity Media, and VTR. Vendor members include Adtran, Alpha Technologies, Amphenol Broadband Solutions, Arris, ATX, Cisco Systems, CommScope, Communication Associates, Corning, Decisive Communications, Exfo, Kaon, Kentik, Technetix, VeEX, and Viavi.
“The continued growth of all categories of our Corporate Alliance Program underscores SCTE•ISBE’s critical role in driving continued success for our industry,” Matt Aden, vice president, sales and operations for SCTE•ISBE, said in a statement. “As the technology hubs for the entire industry, SCTE•ISBE and its CAP program are able to directly impact bottom lines by accelerating technology implementation that enables revenue-generating services.”
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