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For the first time ShoreTel brought together its APAC team for the company’s 2015 Sales Kick Off event in Indonesia. The objective of the event was to review goals for the next three years, better understand each other’s regions, share best practices, brainstorm and workshop ideas to improve business processes and develop its own unique corporate culture. Historically, ShoreTel had hosted separate ANZ and Asian events.
One of the highlights of the conference, which ran from 9 to 12 February, was a team-building and community giving event with groups competing to see who could most successfully assemble a bicycle. At the end of the competition (won by the ‘police’ team), the six brand new, ShoreTel orange bikes were presented to the principal of a local orphanage.
The work landline is fading into irrelevance as more Australian businesses adopt Cloud communications to replace traditional voice calls.
Phone systems and unified communications solutions provider, ShoreTel, held its 2014 Sydney Christmas Party at Bar 100 in The Rocks to celebrate a fabulous and strong year with its partners. Amidst the seasonal celebrations, the company was also celebrating its implementation of a Unified Communications (UC) and Enterprise Contact Center (ECC) solution for cinema business, Hoyts. The solution spans 50 sites in Australia and New Zealand for more than 2300 staff.
Phone systems and unified communications solutions provider, ShoreTel has implemented a Unified Communications (UC) and Enterprise Contact Center (ECC) solution for cinema business, Hoyts.
Customers of ShoreTel phones and unified communications gear can stop worrying that their lives might get complicated by a merger between the company and its rival Mitel.
“The time is now to take advantage of virtualisation for unified communications – the infrastructure is in place, the market is ready and the channel is knowledgeable..."
Anyone thinking about signing a deal with ShoreTel for unified communications gear might want to take a closer look now that Mitel has made public its hopes to buy the company.
ShoreTel has rejected both Mitel Networks' first and a subsequent higher bid, declaring it "significantly undervalued" the company.
Capping off a stellar year for unified communications provider ShoreTel, Jamie Romanin, managing director, Australia and New Zealand offers his predictions for 2015.
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