British multinational telecommunications services company BT has today announced a partnership with Asnet Technologies, designed to provide unified communications services to customers in New Zealand.
Through inking a deal with the country's largest independent audio and video conferencing provider, the partnership will offer a range of conferencing services from the BT One Collaborate Portfolio to new and existing customers based in New Zealand.
The BT One Collaborate portfolio offers on premise and cloud-based conferencing services that can be delivered globally.
For BT MeetMe audio conferencing, local access numbers are available in more than 50 countries around the world, helping customers avoid long distance call charges.
“At BT, we know that better collaboration is key to success in today’s competitive global market," says Kevin Taylor, president, BT Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA).
"Organisations using effective collaboration tools reap benefits from faster decision making and savings in time and travel costs.
"We are pleased to be working with Asnet Technologies to bring the latest collaboration services to customers in New Zealand and thus enabling their people to work in harmony both within their organisations as well as with partners and suppliers.”
The agreement between BT and ATL will make BT’s collaboration services available to organisations based in New Zealand while at the same time provide ATL with the tools to offer conferencing and collaboration experience to its own customers.
“Through our partnership with BT Global Services, we will improve our customers’ experience in audio conferencing," adds Eric Greenop, Managing Director, Asnet Technologies.
"Leveraging our partner’s impressive global reach and capabilities, we’re confident this partnership will allow us to expand our client base while building on existing relationships.”
ATL is New Zealand's market leading real-time video and voice communications specialists, serving both private and government sectors with a focus on the healthcare and education sectors.