Entisys Solutions, a top-tier consultant and integrator of virtualization solutions, has become a Mitel (News - Alert) authorizedPARTNER, enabling the delivery of advanced UCC solutions to Entisys customers in California.
"Our goal is to enable customers to see beyond their basic communications needs and to leverage their technology investments to better manage day-to-day operations, reduce expenses, and ultimately grow and evolve their business," Philip Keenan, executive vice-president, U.S. partner business, sales and service, Mitel, said in a statement.
Entisys Solutions, according to Keenan, has the depth of expertise with virtualization technology that give customers the flexible solutions needed to simplify their communications infrastructure and amplify their business value.
Mitel authorizedPARTNERs must meet a series of stringent requirements in order to sell and support the company’s products in the marketplace. Company officials said these include ongoing training for sales and technical services; processes and benchmarks to provide quality customer service; and a high degree of expertise in voice communications, data networking and applicable applications such as virtualization, conferencing, collaboration, contact centers and mobility.
"We view ourselves as business partners for our customers, providing the expertise they need to make the best technology choices to support their business needs," said Mike Strohl, CEO and president of Entisys Solutions.
Strohl said that Mitel is well known for its industry leading innovation, and with the addition of Mitel virtual solutions to the company’s portfolio, the company is now able to offer customers a truly virtualized voice solution.
“Virtualized voice presents an enormous opportunity for us to offer complete, tailored solutions that are designed to meet customer specific needs and add maximum value to their business," he said.
Recently, Mitel, a provider of cloud and on-premises unified communications and collaboration (UCC) solutions, announced an agreement with the France-based service provider, OpenIP, which allows Mitel's cloud-based UCC software platform to integrate with OpenIP's cloud-based offering for system integrators and resellers in France.
As a result of the integration, OpenIP will introduce a suite of new monthly subscription business communication services based on Mitel's cloud telephony offering.
Edited by Braden Becker