Cisco's Partner E-Learning Connection (PEC) portal has received half a million log-ins since its EMEA launch in March 2000.
The portal, which can be accessed by any Cisco authorised channel partner, provides technical and sales support via a website.
The offering has been praised by the networking giant's partners, according to Paul Salmon, the company's EMEA technology operations director.
"We have had very good feedback and about 70 per cent of partners said it helped increase sales," he said.
"We believe that the internet has become valuable in levelling the playing field because any partner can access the PEC via the internet and receive Cisco training."
The company has carried out a survey amongst users and is using the feedback to improve the scheme.
"We will use some of the information to test and adjust what we are offering and we will expand as necessary when new technologies are released," said Salmon.
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