Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) and Enablis have partnered to offer Cloud-business services in Australia on a 'pay-per-user-per-feature-per month' basis which gives businesses flexibility and cost savings through an affordable technology investment model.
The offering allows companies to transition to using advanced communications technologies that deliver a better personalised connected experience and business performance.
Enablis CEO, Jon Evans, said, "Many businesses in Australia are looking to Cloud technology to help their business move ahead. This new service delivery model offers a competitive and price attractive solution that scales up and down to meet their present and future needs."
Pay-per-use Cloud services are made available via Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Cloud solutions and offered through an Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise business partner.
The company claims the services are ideal for businesses initially transitioning to the Cloud and for specific industries, including hospitality, education, health and government, as it provides an opportunity to advance and maximize technology investments.
ALE Cloud director, Asia Pacific, Steve Saunders, said, "We're delighted to be working with a dynamic and well respected partner like Enablis. This type of Cloud services model is ideal for key vertical markets and aligns with specific customer requirements. By tailoring commercial solutions to specific vertical markets we can share risk with our customer and align technology expenditure to business success.
"When delivered alongside our managed community voice services these new Cloud solutions will result in a dramatic reduction in monthly expenditure for our customers as well as a reliable Cloud based telephony solution for end-users."
Source: ARN Australia
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