Neostratus is an expert in unified communications and collaboration, ranked as the number one cloud focus area for telecom operators accross the world, according to Informa service benchmarking.
Cloud Service Providers must find new ways to help SMEs to do business using the cloud, not just cheaper ways. Trust is a differentiator.
We had no integrated solution to manage our staff database, no shared calendar to schedule lifeguard shifts or training, no unified communications scheme. Everything was done manually across different platforms. It wasn’t very efficient.
Telcos have an opportunity to grow into the role of cloud ecosystem manager, leveraging their network and financial assets.
The Microsoft partner also offered high system availability backed by a service level agreement. Neostratus impressed us with its depth of experience, local language support for our team and customers, and the self-service features of its control panel—not to mention the low cost.
[Communication Service Providers] should look to take advantage of vendors’ expertise by utilizing their cloud enablement services or establishing go-to-market partnerships in order to quickly establish themselves in the market.
The four new services are good examples of advantages offered by the cloud market concerning the time needed for the launch of certain products. It is very important to choose partners carefully and that is why we are happy to have achieved great cooperation with Neostratus who proved to be a professional and proactive partner
It is very important to choose partners carefully and that is why we are happy to have achieved great cooperation with Neostratus who proved to be a professional and proactive partner.
The next set of winners in the SaaS market will be companies that enhance interoperability and integrate cloud solutions into a single unified framework or control panel.
SaaS is a market that lacks substantive differenciation. Service Providers must blend services for unique propositions.