Congratulations to Cirrus on winning two Comms Business Awards

Contact Centre/Telecoms

 

Industry awards recognise excellence in innovation and partner working in cloud-based contact centre solutions.  

Cirrus has won two awards in this year’s prestigious Comms Business Awards, set up to showcase hard work and dedication from individuals, partners and vendors across the channel. The Awards include categories for Resellers, Distributors, Connectivity Specialists Solutions, Company and People.

 

As winners of the Cloud Service Vendor Award, Cirrus was judged as a company that excels at offering network services, infrastructure or business applications in the cloud.

 

The Contact Centre Vendor Award, won by Cirrus with Channel partner Gamma, was created to recognise companies that excel in the Contact Centre space and differentiate their offerings by investing in their Customer Experience.

Judges were looking for solutions which created value for customers and offered new and innovative technology, as well as demonstrate how their partners have utilised their offerings to achieve success.

 

If you are interested in showcasing your tech solutions and want to gain industry recognition, why not give us a call on 01491 845553 or email andreina@pra-ltd.co.uk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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