We’re very proud to share that Telerik Academy was presented with the prestigious IT Project of the Year in Education accolade at the annual ICT Media awards.
Telerik Academy was recognized for the integration of the largest Cisco Meraki network in Bulgaria. Today our students have access to a wireless network of the highest class, comparable only to big enterprise networks. Worldwide this solution is used by leading educational institutions and companies such as MIT, University of Virginia, Mondelez & Couche-Tard, Rovio Entertainment and others.
„It’s great pleasure to give the award for best IT Project in Education to the team of Telerik Academy who help kick-start the careers of many young men and women, and by the way are two-time recipients of our annual BAIT awards. I look forward to seeing many Telerik Academy graduates join our member companies,” said Ognyan Trayanov, Chairman of the Board at Bulgarian IT Association (BAIT), who gave the award to Sergey Billiarski, IT Manager at Telerik Academy.
„This is another one of our many key investments in making Telerik Academy the leading private tech-ed organization in Bulgaria. Our aim is to offer exceptional learning conditions to our students so that they could focus 100% of their efforts on their education and successful graduation,” said Boyko Iaramov, co-founder of Telerik Academy.
The new solution empowers the additional scalability of the network, thus allowing the team to continue working on their long-term vision for Telerik Academy, including scaling its programs in and outside of Bulgaria.
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