Program Overview - APJ

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Are You Ready to Become a Cisco Shogun?


As a Cisco Partner Engineer, you have great responsibility—and enormous power. With Cisco Shogun, you have the opportunity to demonstrate that power and earn the honored title of Shogun.


When you Honor Technology, you Achieve Success!




From humble Apprentice to the most powerful Shogun in all the land, as you achieve your Cisco goals, you climb your way toward greatness. With that greatness, you will be rewarded with goods, gear, Learning Credits and more!*


*Some Partners in APJ are excluded from redeeming any rewards except for Cisco Learning Credits


* SHOGUN In APJ is an invitation only program. If you are interested to participate ,please contact your local Partner SE


Here’s how it works:



You’ll have multiple ways to earn and climb the ranks to Shogun:



Below is an example of the DNA promotion on how u can earn the points



    • Complete your DNA Certification – 40,000 points
    • Achieve an APIC Proof of Concept – 40,000 points
    • Complete a DNA Pitch with DCloud Demo – 20,000 points
    • Submit a claim for an APIC EM Sales Order or APIC EM Deployment – 50,000 points
    • Submit Network Assessments – 20,000 points



Points can be exchanged for goods, gear and Learning Credits* in the Outstanding Performances® Awards Catalog. And, as you accrue points and slice through your goals, you’ll earn badges along the way to demonstrate your power.


**Some Partners in APJ are excluded from redeeming any rewards except for Cisco Learning Credits..


The more points, the higher your award potential—and the closer you are to the supreme rank of Shogun. It’s that easy!


If you want to climb the highest mountain, you must first take a single step. And the time for you to take that single step is now. Hone your prowess and achieve Shogun success. Honor Technology, Achieve Success and attain the honor of Cisco Shogun!


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