NextiraOne and Alcatel-Lucent have signed a global partnership that will see the companies strengthening their close working relationship and delivering streamlined services and enhanced solutions to Enterprise customers.
NextiraOne is the first of Alcatel-Lucent’s Enterprise partners to achieve this Global Partner status in the organisation’s Enterprise Partner Programme. This highlights the company’s continuing success in meeting the needs of customers looking for business solutions and mission-critical applications.
“This is a really important milestone for us,” said David Winn, CEO at NextiraOne. “We have worked intensively to fulfill all requirements to achieve this status because we have such a long-standing relationship with Alcatel-Lucent and because we are in tune with our customers’ needs.”
“NextiraOne has a very stable business platform and has maintained reliable revenue during tough economic times. This stability and the experience of the NextiraOne expert teams make the company an ideal partner for Alcatel-Lucent.”
As Global Partner, NextiraOne will be able to deliver added value and benefit to customers seeking solutions which embed Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise technologies. These include Collaboration & Unified Communications based upon the award winning OpenTouch Solution, Data Centre, Contact Centre as well as Network Infrastructure and Security solutions based upon Alcatel-Lucent’s AFN (Application Fluent Network) approach.
Michel Emelianoff, President of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, said: “We are delighted to have renewed and strengthened our relationship with NextiraOne. As always NextiraOne is among the first to respond to new partnership initiatives and is a key global partner for us. Our teams have a seamless working relationship which means we can deliver high-powered solutions to customers in NextiraOne’s key territories throughout Europe and across the globe. Together, that creates a strong ability to execute on a variety of technologies and solutions for enterprise customers.”
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