Evolve IP Achieves Gold Partner Status With Snom To Accelerate Digital Transformation Momentum

Cardiff, UK - August 30, 2023 - Fast-growing global collaboration provider, Evolve IP, has been certified as a gold partner with IP telephony hardware manufacturer Snom, to further expand its digital transformation expertise. Achieving the gold standard reinforces Evolve IP’s ability across EMEA, to help organisations combine best-of-breed cloud-based technologies with more traditional devices – such as desk phones and mobile DECT handsets. Evolve IP works with many of the world’s biggest tech companies to provide highly scalable white label solutions. It boasts an international carrier-grade platform and specialises in securely integrating unified communications, collaboration tools, voice and omnichannel contact centre solutions into the cloud. The company’s EMEA Group headquarters are based in Cardiff. Catalyst Partner Account Manager, Ross Clinch, says in a world of Teams and Webex applications, demand for desk phones still remains high – with many organisations at different stages of their digital transformation (DX) journey. “The impending PSTN switch-off has been the catalyst that many organisations have needed to re-evaluate the technology they consume, and set off on their DX journey,” he explained. “For tech sales people, this is the long-awaited compelling event they’ve needed to engage with those prospects who have been slower to adopt new technologies. “The SME market was quick to adopt cloud telephony, as the simple, per-user per-month pricing and a wide range of handset options, made it an obvious choice. “However, certain industries and verticals had more complex requirements, that historically only an on-premise PBX could satisfy. Multi-cell DECT deployments being one such example.” Business workflows He emphasised: “Evolve IP’s agile, flexible, licensing model has enabled our reselling partners to win big in verticals where the typical one-size-fits-all license model has been cost prohibitive; healthcare, education and hospitality to name a few – incidentally, these are verticals where a requirement for robust, feature-rich DECT technology is commonplace. “As a Snom Gold Partner, Evolve IP’s portfolio enables our resellers to approach these organisations and support them in their DX journey, by implementing best-of-breed, true cloud solutions, alongside Snom’s comprehensive range of M-Series DECT devices. “With seven different models available, each designed for a specific work environment, including the IP65-rated ruggedised M80, and the healthcare focused M90 with anti-bacterial housing, resellers are able to build vertical-focussed solutions to set themselves apart from the competition.” He concluded: “For us it’s about ensuring business workflows can continue in a cloud environment, using hardware end users are already familiar with. We deliver integrated, remote workforce technologies that enable employees to work anywhere – remotely and securely from any location. “Our growing partnership with German-based Snom, as emphasised by our gold status, packs a powerful punch.” His enthusiasm is shared by Steven Try, Uk&I Channel Manager at Snom Technology, who highlighted: “Reaching the gold standard demonstrates Evolve IP’s expertise and commitment to deliver the highest levels of service and support. “From bespoke museum projects with fully branded devices, to more standard contracts, Evolve IP is a long standing and key trading partner, inspiring organisations further along the digital transformation journey.”
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