JT has been named Innovation Partner of the Year by Mitel, a global market leader in business communications services.
JT was chosen above many leading UK and Irish businesses after not only setting up its own Mitel Contact centre but also for completing a complex migration of IT systems for the Government of Guernsey.
JT also worked with Mitel to update the Government of Jersey’s communications systems and enabled leading online supplements business Healthspan to move its call centre agents from the office to their homes without interruption to their services.
Daragh McDermott, Managing Director, JT Channel Islands, said: “Thanks to the ongoing partnership with Mitel, JT continues to push ahead with innovative products, providing exceptional services to business customers all over the world.
“That comes with hard work and commitment from our team who work closely with our partners at Mitel to provide a high level of service to our customers. Mitel rightly demand exacting standards and to go beyond those is an amazing achievement.”
Nick Riggott, Country Sales Director from Mitel, added: “JT have always represented a true partnership with Mitel, and this award is testimony to the collaboration, creativity and engagement we share.
"It’s one thing to develop world class enterprise communication solutions, but it’s another thing to really make them come to life.
"JT have delivered solutions from the broad scope of the Mitel portfolio, providing quality, secure and reliable solutions for their customers without compromise in any way.”
JT achieved Mitel’s highest level of accreditation two years ago, when it was awarded Platinum Partner status, a partner level that is only given to a select few. JT is the only technology company in the Channel Islands that has been granted that status.
Pictured top: Matt Richings, Grant Stephens and Steve Hutchings from JT.
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