New Wins and Contract Renewals - November / December 2019

  • Posted on: 10 January 2020

One of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world, partnered with NTT, have increased their estate to 5000 endpoints and migrated to Prism. 

A world leader in global supply chain solutions has upgraded to the latest version of Prism which has complimented their Skype for Business estate to secure adequate reporting and analytics features.

A widely known distributor of web conferencing solutions has renewed their managed service contract, taking their Tiger relationship into 2020.

Europe’s largest independent equities broker have increased their estate size while also investing in Tiger consultancy services to further develop the Prism analysis benefits from within the business.

A European firm specialising in services in the field of electric finances have chosen to migrate to Prism after extensive research of other providers. Prism’s looks, features and functionality stood out against the rest, they also invested in a fully redundant system and increased their Avaya CM8 estate to 2000 endpoints.

The Uk’s national overseer of monetary policy, partnered with 4Net, have invested in an expansion of their monitoring and reporting capabilities across their Avaya estate. 

Tiger welcomes one of the largest supermarkets in South Africa to our managed service facility, using Prism to monitor their Vodafone vone-C hosted platform.

One of the world’s leading digital travel companies have invested in an exercise involving Tiger Professional Services to work alongside them to further increase the estate’s resilience and security, supporting stringent corporate policies.

A public University in Leicester have increased their Skype for Business estate to 2800 endpoints. 

A leading UK merchant banking establishment have increased their Cisco CUCM endpoints by 850 and invested in training sessions to aid the increase of their functionality. 

A widely sourced distributor of car parts and accessories has merged their Tiger resources and purchased additional licensing to cover an estate of over 12,000 end points. In addition to a migration to the latest Tiger Prism platform, they have also used this opportunity to invest in professional services, enabling a restructure of the way they report on performance down to individual branch levels. 

One of the UK’s leading suppliers in the oil and chemical industry is welcomed into Tiger’s managed service facility, using Prism to monitor their Vodafone vone-C hosted platform.