Yealink is celebrating a double success after winning the 2018 Global Growth Excellence Leadership Award from consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.
Yealink successfully grew its IP desktop unit shipments by a compound annual growth rate of 24.7% over the last three years – and an even more impressive 50.4% in 2017.
Yealink shipped upwards of 2.9 million devices sold in 2017 – based on an ethos of an effective and sustainable strategy, above-market growth, compelling price/performance value, superior customer service and a strong brand equity.
Yealink works with distributors such as Nimans and offers a comprehensive set of one-stop communication products for a wide variety of work scenarios.
Joe Casari, Head of Yealink UK, Yealink’s UK distributor, says the company not only expands and continuously enhances its range of IP desktop phones, from entry-level phones to advanced smart media phones for managers and executives, but also has expanded its range of business devices to include wireless IP DECT phone options, tabletop audio conference speakerphones, and video collaboration solutions.
He emphasised: “Yealink delivers best-in-class, high-quality, feature rich, and easy-to-use solutions and products to improve collaboration efficiency and productivity. For instance, Yealink works with Microsoft on Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams’ devices, helping joint customers realise the vision of intelligent communications.
“With a broad, high-quality, yet cost-effective product portfolio as well as fast and effective technical support, Yealink has successfully established itself among the leading brands in the global IP endpoint market. For its strong overall performance, Yealink has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Global Growth Excellence Leadership Award and is well positioned to leverage its strength for continued success in the enterprise IP desktop phone market.”
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