Gamma has been awarded ‘Most Innovative Cloud-based Channel Product’ for its flagship hosted telephony solution, Horizon, at the Comms Business Awards 2015.
This year’s awards ceremony was held at the Lancaster London Hotel on 18th June and was hosted by TV personality and comedian, David Walliams.
Launched in 2011, Horizon is widely recognised across the channel as one of the leading cloud PBX solutions in the market and is currently sold through Gamma’s extensive network of channel partners.
Gamma’s Chief Executive, Bob Falconer (pictured), shares what he thinks gives Horizon the edge: “Right from the start, we developed Horizon in partnership with our Channel Partners based on the needs of their customers. We’ve given Horizon lots of clever features to help organisations overcome their telephony challenges, with an emphasis on customer experience and making it easy for them to manage their own telephony estate via an intuitive web interface. Being recognised as the most innovative cloud-based product in the channel confirms that Horizon really is hitting the spot in today’s market. We’re delighted to have won this award, and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our Channel Partners for their invaluable insight and ongoing support in helping us make Horizon the product it is today”.
Stuart Sterling, Managing Director at Telnet added “We’re really pleased that Gamma has won this award for their hosted product, Horizon. As a Gamma Channel Partner, we find Horizon to be incredibly robust and with the feature set continually being improved and updated, we’re sure that Telnet and its customers will continue to enjoy the benefits Horizon delivers for many years to come. The customer feedback speaks for itself; I’ve received over 50 customer reference letters thanking me for their new hosted Horizon system!”
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