Azzurri launches managed comms service

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Azzurri launches managed comms service

Antony Savvas

Azzurri Communications has launched its Azzurri One platform to help firms cut their telecoms and data connectivity bills.

This follows the integrator’s audit of 1,200 corporate UK customers with a combined telecoms spend of £300m per year, where it identified £60m worth of achievable savings.

The platform is designed to enable companies to make significant cost savings through more efficient budget control and cost management.

The fully managed service combines an organisation’s whole communications estate on to one managed platform with a single fixed monthly bill.

Martin St Quinton, CEO at Azzurri Communications, said, “We appreciate what a challenge it is for organisations to manage all of their communications requirements effectively. With many suppliers and their subsequent bills to manage, budget control becomes almost impossible.”

Azzurri One audits the whole communications infrastructure, successfully identifying where savings can be made and then deploying all of a company’s needs on to one platform, removing the need for numerous suppliers, complex billing and difficult management.

New customers to Azzurri One initially undergo a simple audit of their entire communications infrastructure. Azzurri then provides a full report on where cost savings can be made, before deploying the company’s communications needs through one single supplier and one fixed cost bill.

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