The single biggest revenue opportunity for Cloud Service Providers is as a Cloud Service Brokerage.
Informa Telecoms & Media identifies Neostratus as one of the world’s leading cloud enablers for telecoms operators. ITM’s analysis has consistently demonstrated the expertise of Neostratus in helping telecom operators monetise the cloud. By joining the Telco Cloud World Forum as a Knowledge Partner, Neostratus brings on the experience of enabling the Cloud of major European telcos.
Knowing the precise location and availability of our life-saving specialists is absolutely key in emergency situations and thanks to Neostratus’ system, we are now closely connected at all times.
Cloud Service Providers must find new ways to help SMEs to do business using the cloud, not just cheaper ways. Trust is a differentiator.
Communication service providers should remember that cloud computing can – and must – defend the core: broadband.
Netia understands the specific needs of the customers and the changing conditions of modern businesses. Netia Office Anywhere was created to scale and can be easily and quickly adapted to current requirements of the organizations. This solution, with its flexible cost schemes and increased business productivity for effective communication with clients, fits perfectly into the strategy of dealing with today challenges
As an investment fund, DBH searches for, analyzes and invests into future top-performers in the market who have the potential to become global players in their industries. Neostratus is a company that is on track to be considered a role model in this respect. We expect much from them and so far they have delivered.
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.
Within only six months of implementing our hosted Microsoft Outlook with Unified Communication Services solution, we managed to integrate our staff communications, save tens of thousands of euros in travel costs, and free up over 1,500 man-days in staff resources to do what we do best – saving lives on our country’s lakes and rivers.
Developing the system in-house seemed like the most expensive option for us, especially because it was important to keep our IT team focused on other critical applications—the software-plus-services model was the main alternative.