Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards recognises Vodafone’s leadership in the enterprise segment


Vodafone Business Services (VBS), the enterprise arm of Vodafone India,  claims top honors at the Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards 2016. VBS won the award for the ‘Enterprise Mobile Service Provider of the Year’ for the sixth year in a row. In addition, it was also the first time that VBS was awarded the ‘Enterprise […]


vodafoneVodafone Business Services (VBS), the enterprise arm of Vodafone India,  claims top honors at the Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards 2016. VBS won the award for the ‘Enterprise Mobile Service Provider of the Year’ for the sixth year in a row. In addition, it was also the first time that VBS was awarded the ‘Enterprise Telecom Service Provider of the Year – SMB segment’ in its category.

“Vodafone Business Services is very grateful for this recognition as we continue on our journey to be the most trusted and valued total communications partner with solutions across fixed, mobility, cloud and IoT. We thank our customers for their vote of confidence,” said Nick Gliddon, Director, Vodafone Business Services. “Receiving the Frost & Sullivan award for SMB segment is especially a matter of great pride this year as we believe they are the growth engine for the country, and we are well positioned to serve their needs.”

“In 2015, Vodafone demonstrated excellence across its mobility portfolio and made strides in penetrating and targeting the SMB segment. Vodafone’s mobility portfolio has empowered enterprises to scale up faster, streamline operational efficiencies and more importantly build a more connected and productive workforce in this ubiquitous mobile world. In the SMB segment Vodafone has been at the forefront of innovation to empower SME companies to meet the challenges of the current business environment and equip them to prepare for their next phase of growth. Vodafone’s comprehensive value propositions across their portfolio coupled with their strong partner and channel ecosystem has enabled them to offer SMB’s an ideal technology growth partner to fulfil their objectives. With its strong leadership in mobility and its commitment towards offering the SMB segment an enriched service experience, Vodafone is well positioned to act as a business enabler for enterprises in the coming global and hypercompetitive business landscape”, said Benoy CS, Director, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan.

 

About Vodafone Business Services

Vodafone Business Services, the enterprise arm of Vodafone, provides total telecommunications solutions across both mobility and wireline platforms and enables Global Enterprises, National Corporates, SME’s and Government segments to communicate, collaborate and connect. Today with more than 7.5 million mobility corporate customers as on March 31, 2016, VBS is providing services to global and national businesses equipped with a robust network infrastructure and a 24×7 NOC.

Through a dedicated team of Account Managers and Service Managers and applying a consultative selling approach, it specifically addresses the connectivity, Machine-to-Machine (M2M), cloud and converged communications needs of its customers in India.

With the advantage of its global expertise and knowledge of local markets, Vodafone India is well poised to expand the Government’s capacity to deliver benefits and outcomes for citizens, governments and businesses. Vodafone endeavours to be a steadfast partner in the Government’s efforts towards Digital India.

VBS was recently awarded the ‘Enterprise Mobile Service Provider of the Year’ for the sixth year in a row (2011-16) and the ‘Enterprise Telecom Service Provider of the Year – SMB Segment’ at the Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards 2016. It was also awarded ‘Telecom Leadership Award 2014’ for Customer Service by Voice & Data and the CIO Choice awards for enterprise mobility and leased lines.

Source: : NewsVoir

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