Pace Telecom has unveiled its new telecom services, based on the ISTRA cloud platform provided by Centile.
Pace Telecom gave the first public demonstration of the new services at its open day on July 9th, held at its remodelled high-tech offices in Wrexham which were officially opened Alan Cairns, the Secretary of State for Wales.
The new telecom service include cloud-based call recording and call-reporting, both introduced in direct response to feedback from Pace Telecom’s business customers and fully integrated into Centile’s ISTRA platform. Pace Telecom is also offering its customers MOBIS, Centile’s mobile app that gives Android and iOS smartphone users access to all their business communications and collaboration services, such as CRM and ERP.
Says Pace Telecom’s CEO Jamie Hughes, “Centile’s ISTRA platform has helped us create a scalable, flexible and innovative framework on which customers can rely on for years to come. Centile’s service is reliable, it offers advanced technology, has a proven market track record and good support, which is essential to us.”
Mr Hughes continues, “2018 is a pivotal year for us. As well as the new services and offices, we are actively recruiting new staff in the area and we are also embarking on an acquisition strategy, to further augment our skillset with complementary technologies and services.”
Bertrand Pourcelot, Director General of Centile attended the launch ceremony and says, “We’re very proud that our technology has supported Pace Telecom’s rapid expansion over the past few years. It continues to be a very innovative and forward-thinking telecom service providers in the UK, with a clear understanding of what business customers want and always staying one step ahead.”
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