SPIE ICS Selects Mitel to Expand Its Cloud Communications Solutions Across France

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SPIE ICS, the ICT services subsidiary of the SPIE group in France, has extended its partnership with Mitel to include a wider range of cloud services that can more easily integrate with existing systems and provide an enhanced user experience.

Addressing the market’s strong demand for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) solutions, SPIE ICS will offer customers a choice in deployment models powered by Mitel cloud platforms.

spie cloud communicationsWith its ‘Crystal Advanced’ offering, enterprises with more than 250 users would have the option of either a private or hybrid cloud deployment tailored to meet their unique requirements. The offer also includes value-added services like step-by-step support to enable smooth migration. The second offer, ‘Crystal Essential’, addresses the needs of small businesses with under 250 users and provides a public cloud solution. Both options feature Mitel MiCollab and MiTeam applications to enable advanced communications and collaboration capabilities for use anywhere, anytime and on any device.

“This enhanced partnership with Mitel allows us to better respond to the changing needs of our clients when it comes to unified communications and collaboration,” said Cédric Périer, Managing Director of SPIE ICS. “It allows SPIE ICS to deliver a wider range of cloud services that can easily integrate with existing systems and provide an enhanced user experience.”

With 38,000 employees working from close to 600 sites in 38 countries, SPIE has achieved in 2016 consolidated revenues of €5.1 billion and consolidated EBITA of €352 million.

A global provider of business communications powering more than two billion business connections worldwide, Mitel (Nasdaq:MITL) (TSX:MNW) helps businesses and service providers connect, collaborate and provide “innovative” services to their customers. Their innovation and communications experts serve more than 60 million business users in more than 100 countries.