The distributor expects to save at least £10,000 over two years by moving to O2 unified communications: fixed line and broadband
Avenir Telecom has switched to O2 for fixed line and broadband services, following a review of its telecommunication systems.
The distributor says the move, which takes immediate effect, will result in a saving of at least £10,000 over the next two years at its head office in Borehamwood.
It has also launched a new incentive scheme for partners, offering a £1,500 holiday voucher to the first to reach 150 unified communications connections.
Avenir managing director Andy Tow said: “What better indictment of the product than to adopt it yourself! We have saved a considerable amount of money for our business and we are now working with all of our stockists to review requirements for their own offices.
“That way they will be able to see at first hand the benefits of the O2 UC portfolio. This can only result in them being true advocates and enable them to sell more to their customers.”