Today, Trinsic announced that it has been awarded the status of Total Communications Partner in Vodafone UK’s new Partner programme.
The new programme went live on 1 January 2017.
The new Vodafone Partner programme has been designed to meet the changing needs of business customers and better promote Partners’ capabilities, introducing new customer support criteria as well as committed investment by Partners to extensive skills development and training.
“We are delighted to have achieved Total Communications Partner status with Vodafone on this our third birthday. By combining relevant technologies across the Vodafone portfolio, our customers can enjoy a joined-up service from one central supplier. This creates operational efficiencies and a more responsive business, set to succeed in today’s ultra-competitive environment” said Darren Webb Managing Director of Trinsic Limited.
Nick Birtwistle, Head of Partners and Alliances at Vodafone UK said: “We’re delighted to welcome Trinsic as a Total Communications Partner to the new Vodafone Partner Programme. Its team has shown great commitment and vision to leading a new era in communications and connectivity. Digital infrastructure – from mobile to unified communications to the Internet of Things is changing the way organisations work and new capabilities are needed to support customers in the decade ahead. With a focus on deeper customer engagement and the development of new skills, our Partner programme provides a new platform for our Partners to enhance their value propositions around key technology growth areas. We look forward to working closely with Trinsic as we help customers benefit from new ways of working.”
Involved in shaping the new Vodafone Partner Program, Olive has already seen additional business gains from its new alignment with Vodafone.
Martin Flick, CEO, adds; “Customer demand for our Cloud Managed Service Platform is increasing, affording huge customer benefits, and choosing the right partner to deploy the best possible solution is paramount. By closely aligning with our strategic partners, such as Vodafone, and ensuring our staff are as highly trained and specialised as they can be, we maintain our position as the leading cloud provider for communications.”
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