Vonage is increasing its presence in France by adding an office in central Paris for the company’s sales, alliances and customer support teams in the region, while offering room for growth.
The office, in one of Europe’s largest and most prominent tech nations, is part of Vonage’s expansion plans throughout the wider EMEA region, where it already has several offices, including those in London, Madrid, Berlin, Stockholm, Munich, Wroclaw and Dubai. With this additional office, Vonage is well positioned to cover more territory and serve new and existing customers, including Selectra, Orange Business Services, LVMH Client Services, Doctolib, Air Liquide, BlaBlaCar and Danfoss.
With a combination of unified communications, contact centre and programmable communications APIs, Vonage is helping businesses create a frictionless, more personalised and more meaningful end-to-end communications experience. This unique set of capabilities provides businesses and their employees with the tools to add the features and functionality they need to enhance internal collaboration as well as external engagement with customers across all channels — messaging, voice, video and chat, driving a better overall experience for all.
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