Gamma bolsters UCaaS play with Telsis acquisition

Gamma's acquisition of Fareham-based Telsis bolsters its capabilities in the largely untapped UCaaS market, thought to be worth between £2bn and £3bn, and signals its intention to be a lead UCaaS campaigner.

The transaction follows a MVNO deal between Gamma and Three which includes 5G services that Gamma said would make its UCaaS proposition far more media rich.

In pocketing Telsis, Gamma has added capabilities that will speed its time to market as well as offer a springboard for bouncing its UCaaS services into European territory.

Gamma CEO Andrew Taylor stated: “Telsis' development skills are core to Gamma’s UCaaS strategy and we plan to enhance our existing engineering teams to provide more resource to accelerate our existing roadmap.”

Telsis CEO Bhavesh Parmar added: "Telsis has a reputation for designing technologies that put human interaction first, and through this relationship we will extend our reach.”

Telsis is a developer of UCaaS​ solutions for SMEs with established routes to market and employs 25 staff.

Find out more about Gamma's strategy here

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