In the new economy of location independent working and agile projects, the focus for IT and HR teams has shifted from control to collaboration. A single platform that can bring together all stakeholders anywhere and on any device has gone from being a technical pipedream to an urgent reality for most organisations in an extremely short space of time.


Bring all your people together under one umbrella, build a system that natively works with your other tools and get your people as productive and engaged as they can be with a unified communications solution built on Skype for Business.


What we do:

We take the time to understand your specific communication and collaboration objectives, then help you navigate a path that leads to success.

  • We can design a full end-to-end unified comms platform built on Skype for Business, gluing together voice, data, video and messaging in one integrated platform.
  • We can provide full configuration of Skype for Business in addition to related platforms such as Office 365, Azure and Enterprise Mobility Suite – integrating different areas of your AV and infrastructure with one organisation acting as your trusted advisor.
  • We offer a full wrap around service, whether it’s looking at your systems with a remote managed services package, or training your people on how to use it. This reduces total cost of ownership and results in greater levels of engagement and impact.


How we achieve this:

  • We’re a Microsoft Azure Black Belt Partner, putting us in an elite group of organisations doing amazing things with Microsoft cloud technologies.
  • Skilled consultants with in-depth experience of deploying a wide range of unified communications projects within education and the public sector. Their sole purpose is to make sure that you get the right solution delivered in the right way for you.
  • Over 25 years of deploying and managing communication technology.


Before you enquire about unified comms, consider:

  • Where are you on your cloud journey?
  • What forms of communication are most popular in the different groups of users?
  • How can you get people using the new tool to its full capability?


Ask about Unified Comms