Olive Communications has announced global expansion plans today with the opening of an Australian based support capability.
Olive Cloud Solutions (PTY) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Olive Group, based in Brisbane Australia to enhance the existing 24x7x365 support Olive provides to its existing base of global customers. Further plans are underway to launch a similar operation in North America, to optimise global expertise and deliver “in region” support to customers and end users.
Olive Chief Executive, Martin Flick explains “For many years, we have supported corporate citizens working for UK based organisations using an Olive device as they travel the world, day and night. However, as the needs of our expanding customer base changes, our developing global portfolio and support model is evolving to ensure we continue to be best in class.”
Richard Roberts, VP UKISA Sales at Mitel commented, “Over the last few years Mitel have successfully made the transformation from a recognised provider of IP Telephony, into a clear market leader for global cloud telephony and intelligent contact centre solutions, with the objective of enabling high performance organisations to work smarter and faster in an increasingly digital age. Working closely with Olive we have won some fantastic customers, and through our agility and commitment to customer experience we continue to differentiate and evolve. This international expansion and Olive’s dedication to putting customer needs at the heart of everything they do, ensures we will continue to build on this success together.”
Bob Bishop, Azentro Chairman added; “We are delighted to be working closely with the Olive team. Our businesses have a really good cultural fit, and similar ethos of putting customer experience at the top of the agenda. Our partnership alliance provides a win-win for all involved parties.”
Flick concluded: “The world is changing politically and economically with big opportunities for globalisation and the emergence of the Mitel World Cloud proposition is perfectly timed to support customer needs against that backdrop. Our combined proposition with Mitel and proven capability both in house and with Azentro will continue to help our customers reduce cost, improve productivity and enhance the service they deliver to their own customers, across borders and time-zones in a single cloud solution.”
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