News – Orange Business Services to Work With Cisco

Orange Business Services and Cisco are set to collaborate in providing communications and collaboration services to companies operating in Latin America. Cisco and Orange Business Services plan to aid companies in surmounting the difficulties associated with the adoption of IT business solutions.

Orange is currently supporting customers in Latin America with three Cisco communication solutions. The systems are designed to enhance mobility, presence and rich conferencing services in addition to more standard capabilities. Orange’s telecoferencing service currently covers 44 countires, including much of the Southern Cone. The services enable organizations to conduct business online, through conferencing and communication, cutting down on costs associated with travel, etc. Orange’s VP of Sales and Marketing, Javier Semerene, said Organe is “committed to delivering the best level of quality and service to our pan-regional and global customers throughout Latin America.”

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