Digicel Business is continuing to get the word out there about its full suite of business solutions, recently showcasing products and services at the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association’s (BHTA) 3rd Quarterly General meeting.
At the breakfast event, which was sponsored by Digicel and held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Digicel Business set up an information and display booth, from which attendees were able to gather pertinent information about the company’s comprehensive offerings, in addition to finding out what specific products and services were available for them as hoteliers and tourism service providers.
The telecommunications and business solutions provider discussed services ranging from Connectivity, to Telephony, to Digital signage, services which allow hotels and resorts to deliver client centered services and differentiate themselves in the market place, all while being comfortable in the knowledge that they have the support of an ICT integrator with experience in Hospitality.
Persons visiting the booth were also given a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, simply by submitting their business cards for a drawer which was conducted the sponsors address, which was delivered by Digicel Barbados CEO, Mark Linehan.
Born out of a request from its mobile and GSM customers to expand its reach into the ICT sector, Digicel Business brings the same level of competition and service which Digicel brought to the mobile market, in addition to a continued focus on top of the line products, value and corporate social responsibility.
Enabling business growth through leading technologies, it partners with world-renowned leaders in their fields like Cisco, Citrix and Microsoft. In fact, Digicel Business has already achieved the highest distinction within the Cisco Channel Partner Programme, a Customer Satisfaction Excellence Gold Star from Cisco. This recognises it for delivering outstanding service to customers across the Caribbean, Panama and El Salvador. In addition, Digicel Business boasts gold partnerships with leading technology partners such as Avaya, Checkpoint, Microsoft and Oracle, amongst others.
All of this means that small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) and large companies alike can operate their businesses for a fraction of the cost of building their own infrastructure. Additionally, considering that 82 per cent of SMEs rate a local presence as important or critical, Digicel Business is perfectly positioned to deliver on the needs of customers across the region.
Digicel Business is not limited by geography and its Eastern Caribbean team is stationed in Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. At customers’ request we can also provide solutions in other Digicel Business territories.