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Agile NZ and DTSL hook up

Agile NZ and DTSL hook up

Enterprise telephony supplier Agile New Zealand has teamed up with IT provider Desktop Technology Services (DTSL) to provide service and support for enterprise customers.

According to Agile, the agreement will allow the company to achieve improved quality and efficiency in the service it delivers to customers, while improving cost competitiveness.

Agile's New Zealand CEO Tony Jayne says the agreement allows Agile and DTSL to provide positive business outcomes to customers through a close working relationship.

According to DTSL managing director Ian McGough, the partnership has produced a “formidable competitor in the New Zealand market”.


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