The ICT channel's superstars were rewarded and celebrated at this year's Comms National Awards ceremony (main sponsor 9 Group) held at London's Hilton on Park Lane on October 10th, and hosted by BBC newsreader Huw Edwards.
Business Profiles / Interviews
Lip service and mere cultural mood music will do nothing to advance the spread of greater diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the channel. What we need are real world examples of inspirational D&I champions. Enter Sky Business…
Ambitious Zen CEO Paul Stobart is stepping up plans to realise what he claims is a gold-plated opportunity for his new ‘challenger brand’ and its channel partners.
A more critical period for the industry cannot be recalled, but the current upheaval creates not just a disruption of traditional comms, it provides a welter of opportunities, says Gamma CEO Andrew Taylor.
The merger of RTF Networks with investor company Focus Group brings far more scope to raise the level of support and ambition for their ramped up partner strategy, says Head of Channel Joline Cramond.
The channel is most effective when deploying tactically developed products and propositions created for specific vertical markets, says Splicecom’s Managing Director and CEO Barry Edwards, who holds fast to this iron maxim.
Pragma is in great shape and adding muscle on all sides as an ever evolving channel focused CSP, according to Managing Director Tim Brooks and Sales and Marketing Director Will Morey.
Whether your glass is half empty or half full on the 2025 PSTN switch off, all channel partners need a plan according to Terry O’Brien and his team at Digital Wholesale Solutions.
A Nordic-made UCaaS proposition will quickly gain market share across the UK and Europe’s northern territories as its creator, Soluno Business Communications, presses the go button.
Resellers have no choice but to grasp the Teams opportunity, despite the perceived threat, argues V12 Telecom co-founder and Managing Director Charles Rickett.
When seeking to exit or secure investment there are whirlpools and jagged rocks on all sides. Here, Knight Corporate Finance Director Paul Billingham steers you through the pitfalls.
Nimans has a long-held expansion agenda and the role of network services in this is towering, reflected by a rebrand of the Network Services arm to Beyond Connectivity led by Head of Sales Graham Wilkinson.
Philip Carse, Analyst at Megabuyte.com, reports on the trading performance of leading companies in the comms space during the last quarter.
AI and machine-assisted customer communication is the channel’s chance to help organisations combat agent and client dissatisfaction, turning contact centres into hubs of value creation.
Organisations making up the financial sector have become voracious consumers of new comms technologies of all kinds – nothing else will cut the mustard.
What should ICT providers put at the heart of their approach to the finance sector? TIG CEO Des Lekerman has the answers.
When cheffing no longer cut it, Managing Director Martin Dunne decided to cause a stir in the comms industry and bring Mtech Communications to the boil.
Embarking on a franchisee recruitment campaign is the latest in a long line of measures intended to boost Pink Connect’s growth prospects, explains Managing Director James Pink.
Deciding how to communicate with a business should be the ultimate customer right – small wonder contact centre technology is the order of the day.
Audio Productions UK Director Andrew Jones is right to trumpet the services his company offers ICT resellers. They are, after all, music to your ears.
In explaining the market potential of LTE Cat-M1 and NB-IoT, Zest4’s Head of M2M and IoT Anton Le Saux and Arkessa’s Head of Solutions Chris Williams expose the high potency of low power connectivity.