Orange Business opens showcase center in HK

Networks Asia Staff
Networks Asia
Orange Business Services has opened an interactive ‘solution center’ in Hong Kong, following similar customer experience centers in Singapore, Beijing and Tokyo.
 
This is the twelfth interactive solution showcase facilities opened in Asia Pacific, including eight new mobile solution centers launched recently.
 
The new center showcases enterprise communication solutions including Orange’s cloud offerings of Flexible Computing, Flexible Contact Center and Unified Communications as a Service.
 
Mobile solution centers, which are available for customers in New Delhi, Mumbai, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo and Hong Kong, show off Orange’s solutions to customers on an anytime-anywhere basis. All centers are connected to Orange’s global demonstration infrastructure.
 
“Orange Business Services experienced double-digit growth in the region since the beginning of the year,” said Yee-May Leong, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, Orange Business Services.
 
“Domestic and global enterprises in China, India, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Korea present many large, managed services opportunities, while Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Taiwan are emerging as new strategic frontiers.”
 
In Hong Kong, Orange Business Services is supporting the business growth of its customers by focusing on key areas such as network enhancements, cloud computing, strategic partnerships and network-related IT services.
 
Orange currently has more than 2,000 enterprise customers in the Asia-Pacific region, and network coverage reaching into 40 countries and territories.

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