Britannic Technologies, a value added solutions provider, has now been accredited as the Professional Service Provider with VMware. The company was recognized for its development work on cloud and virtualization solutions with the VMware platform at the core.
Britannic is also a Mitel (News - Alert) Premier Partner and offers organizations with innovative cloud and virtualized telecommunications environments since inception.
Jonathan Sharp (News - Alert), sales & marketing director for Britannic, commented in a statement, “We are seeing rapidly growing interest in migrating telephony to the cloud, and it is something that we had predicted a couple of years ago as the benefits became more evident and we envisage the curve of adoption to get much steeper. This recent accreditation with VMware is just another rubber stamp of approval on our expertise and capabilities to deliver state of the art technologies that deliver flexible, scalable, resilient, cheaper, converged, and unified communications.”
VMware’s Service Provider Program (VSPP) was created for partners who offer cloud computing and hosted IT services to enterprise and SMB organizations. Leveraging its new status, Britannic can manage to succeed in three major areas: grow its revenue, differentiate its offerings and accelerate its growth opportunities.
Graham Bevington, executive vice president for international markets at Mitel, added, “Mitel and Britannic have enjoyed a successful long-term relationship underpinned by the added value they bring to our joint customers. Britannic’s strategic vision combined with their obsessive partnership attitude to customers ensures that they deliver the right solution not just to solve a business issue, but to help drive that business forward.”
Britannic directly supports in excess of 1,400 organizations in a wide range of areas across the public and private sector, with customers such as the BBC, WWF, Trailfinders and CitySprint. WWF, for instance, was able to bring down its costs by utilizing centralized offices and colocation through a virtualized VMware platform hosted in Britannic data centers.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey