Earlier this week, Insiyabi and RapidCompute signed an MOU to deploy UCaaS and Cloud Solutions for their customers.
Insiyabi Pakistan, formerly Siemens Enterprise Communications Pakistan, is an Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Integrator consisting of strategic consultants and engineers with expertise in diverse fields. RapidCompute, a leading Pakistani cloud service provider, understands that forming strategic partnerships with industry leaders like Insiyabi gives them a chance to offer flexible Cloud based hosted applications to Pakistani customers.
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Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Ahmed Sheikh, CEO Insiyabi said:
“We are excited to announce our partnership with RapidCompute. Insiyabi, formerly Siemens Enterprise Communications Pakistan, is a leading systems integrator in the country offering voice and data networking solutions. Through this partnership, we are expanding our solutions portfolio to offer UCaaS, Video as a Service, Cloud PBX, Hosted Contact Center and Unified Messaging to our corporate customers based on a “Pay as you Go” business model that will benefit them greatly.”
Mr. Imran Khan, Managing Director RapidCompute also added:
“The business case for UCaaS is growing more urgent. This strategic partnership with Insiyabi enables us to provide a solution that holds an especially strong value proposition for small and midsize businesses. The market for UCaaS continues to grow as organizations evaluate the business case for UC, and realize the benefits of the cloud.”