Multitone has announced that Arqiva, the communications infrastructure and media services company, has become a strategic partner, strengthening its existing relationship in delivering best of breed mission critical communications and network services.
Director of Strategic Partnerships at Multitone, Peter Lomax explains, “Our relationship with Arqiva stems back to the 1990’s and both organisations have shared a strong business relationship that has continued to grow over the years sharing the same customer centric ethos. We have always been proud of our association with Arqiva. The existing synergies between our organisations, coupled with our desire to build business opportunities has created the opportunity to extend our business dealing and develop a dedicated strategic plan with an emphasis on growth in new industries for both organisations. For us this is the definition of a strategic relationship…”
Head of Products – ICT Managed Services, Paul Bergin at Arqiva, “We see our relationship with Multitone as another key step in our on-going business vision of pursuing strategic opportunities with innovative technology leaders. Our joint partnership enables us to deliver mission-critical communications and effective Professional Services in the most demanding of environments, increasing the presence of both organisations. We are confident that this relationship will enable each partner to further enhance the needs of our customers.”
Peter Lomax concludes, “We are very excited to confirm the alliance with Arqiva. Customers are able to leverage the Multitone platform to meet all their communication needs, with the flexibility to grow and adapt to the changing needs of each organisation in a robust architecture that provides the highest levels of reliability delivering a complete end-to end platform in one partner alliance.”
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