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Colt combines business communication with Microsoft solutions

Colt combines business communication with Microsoft solutions

Colt Technology Services will combine its various cloud-based telephony and internet services with applications from Microsoft, in this case Office 365. For end users, this should lead to cost savings and greater efficiency, as all these services can now be purchased from a single supplier.

The combination of the communications services of the corporate communications provider and the productivity solutions of the software and cloud giant from Redmond in the United States has resulted in a single new solution for business users, Colt Intelligent Communications.

Connectivity combined with Office365 tools

Specifically, the Colt Intelligent Communications solution consists of services for SIP trunking, Internet access, cloud connectivity of the communications provider and the Microsoft solutions of Office 365, including the collaboration tools Teams and Skype for Business. In this way, end users can benefit from, among other things, lower management costs.

The service is supported by Microsoft’s Azure Express Route for fast access to the cloud. Colt can also link the service to 850 worldwide data centres or with more than 27,500 buildings via fibre-optics.

Single supplier

In addition, this solution offers the possibility to purchase desktop applications, telephony, connectivity, collaboration and professional services from a single supplier. End users can only select the components they think they need. These components are then bundled into a single fully supported solution.

Distributor Ingram Micro, among others, offers the solution via its Ingram Micro Cloud and the market place and cloud platform of its CloudBlue division. This makes it easier for Colt to connect its support, service and provisioning standards to all customers, regardless of their physical location or the vertical market in which they operate.

Colt Intelligent Communications is now available in 13 European countries.

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