London Calling for Spectralink

Spectralink Corporation has announced the expansion of the company’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) business to deliver further regional growth. The company will be opening its new EMEA sales headquarters in London, UK, later this year to extend its reach and presence in the growing EMEA market.

The announcement follows recent company announcements regarding continued investment in Spectralink’s DECT, Wi-Fi and Enterprise smartphone product lines, ongoing sales momentum across the market, and the expansion of operations to the Middle East. Spectralink has a strong network of partners selling mobile workforce solutions that are purpose-built for staff working in sectors including healthcare, retail and manufacturing. Spectralink will continue investing in its partner programme as a key element of its EMEA growth strategy.

Spectralink’s sales and support specialists are located throughout EMEA to ensure close personal service for the company’s key partners. Effective immediately, Jay Andersen, Vice President Global Sales and Services will lead the EMEA sales and services organisation. Spectralink will continue to leverage the unique expertise of its technical and sales support centre of excellence, based in Horsens, Denmark, to support customers and partners across EMEA.

“We are committed to building our portfolio of DECT, Wi-Fi and Enterprise smartphone solutions to serve our customers’ current and evolving needs, and to accelerate our growth across EMEA,” said Dan Mondor, CEO of Spectralink. “As Spectralink announces its European sales expansion plans today, we are also focused on investing in technical innovations, like PIVOT:S, and extending our market reach with our robust base of channel partners. Customers will have access to workplace mobile solutions that continue to help them work smarter and more efficiently. We look forward to working with our partners to drive further EMEA growth opportunities with our expansion to a vibrant and dynamic city like London.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine