Molded with a vision to bring latest technology to the doorstep of customers, AIP US specializes in Unified Communications, Data Center, Network Infrastructure, and other IT areas. “At AIP US, we believe government agencies and commercial/SMB customers have a number of viable ways to accomplish more with less, using solutions ranging from collaboration to virtualization and cloud services,” affirms Min Wang, President and CEO, AIP US. Apart from providing innovative solutions, AIP US is showing customers the long-term value of the Cisco based solutions via ROI/TCO. “We usually ask for details of customer’s current operating spending on legacy technology and provide them with a new Cisco based solution with much less ongoing cost,” says Wang. The company also provides financing solution from Cisco Capital to assist the clients avoid large capital expenditures.
AIP US’s broadcast messaging and emergency alerting application is the USP of the firm. The company has partnered with IPcelerate to deploy this broadcast messaging and mass alerting software to those customers that have Cisco UC environment and in the process has become an essential application for many of the customers.
“We think and execute on the leading edge—bringing our clients creative, cost-effective solutions,” reveals Wang. Using Cisco technology as the core, AIP US has introduced Cisco eco-system partner products and solutions to enhance overall technology satisfaction for customers. “We spend lots of time trying to understand the customers’ pain point—whether technical, business or cost issue—and focus on providing the right solution that meets the needs and makes business sense,” he adds.
We think and execute on the leading edge—bringing our clients creative, cost-effective solutions
Moving forward, AIP US aims to spread its wings and focus on solutions including managed services, collaboration and cloud based solutions, and emerging technologies such as mobile devices and virtual desktop. “We plan to go deeper with our existing markets and possibly into new markets,” says Wang. “A lot of customers already have Cisco infrastructure and we are trying to identify the solutions that we can add on to them to increase the ROI,” he concludes.