Siemens Enterprise Communications has today announced a new partnership with TClarke.TClarke is responsible for projects including London’s Olympic Stadium and the headquarters for global cyber security leaders BAE Detica. Siemens Enterprise Communications will work with the Intelligent Buildings department to provide unified communications (UC) infrastructure to organisations nationwide.
From its 16 UK offices, TClarke delivers mechanical, electrical and ICT engineering services throughout the construction cycle of design, installation, commissioning, and facilities management. It will work closely with Siemens Enterprise Communications, to offer UC and enhance ICT integration into the heart of their client’s business operations.
Commenting on the new partnership, Tony Smith, Sales Director Indirect Channel, Siemens Enterprise Communications, says: “TClarke joins a select group of Siemens Enterprise Communications Go Forward Plus partners. This new and exciting partnership allows Siemens Enterprise Communications complete objectivity and unparalleled breadth to offer what is best in delivering value for customers and channel partners across multiple vertical markets.”
Chris Harris, ICT Operations Manager, TClarke Intelligent Buildings, comments: “Working with Siemens Enterprise Communications enables TClarke to implement UC directly into the construction cycle. By weaving a seamless UC platform into the way a business operates, organisations – from SMBS to large enterprises – can reduce communication bills and dramatically improve business performance.”
Siemens Enterprise Communications provides a complete range of voice, UCC and Contact Centre solutions and services across premise and private, hybrid and public cloud based on an open, proven software-based architecture. It continues to work in partnership with professional organisations, such as TClarke, and for the last 25 years has jointly satisfied the communication needs of over 10,000 UK businesses to deliver market leading solutions.
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