OCS makes the move to unified communications.

“Facilities management company OCS employs 30,000 staff and provides cleaning, catering, security, sustainability and waste and carpark management services to a number of large UK customers, which include the Ministry of Defence, the NHS, Landrover and Birmingham Airport,” writes Computing.co.uk’s Martin Courtney.

“The firm . . . has been tracking the progress of unified communications (UC) for years. But it was only in late 2010 that ICT director Jenny Sener concluded the technology had reached the sufficient level of maturity and pricing to merit signing a £5m, three year deal with managed communications services provider Azzurri to install and maintain fixed and mobile connectivity on its behalf,” Courtney writes.

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Facilities management giant adopts unified communications

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