Thu, 06/18/2015 - 00:00

Arkadin Asia Pacific is Awarded Frost & Sullivan Collaboration Service Provider of the Year for 3rd Consecutive Time

More than 50% Growth in Large Enterprise Segments for Cloud-Based UC&C Solutions

Arkadin has been recognized as 2015 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Collaboration Service Provider of the Year.  Frost & Sullivan analysts cite Arkadin’s transformation as a leading player in the highly competitive Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) market as a critical factor in its selection.

“The synergies between Arkadin and NTT Communications are leveraged extensively here in Asia and throughout the world,” says Jessie Yu, Industry Manager, ICT Practice of Frost & Sullivan.  “We’re impressed with the breadth of their UC&C portfolio and the way they’ve structured their marketing and customer engagement strategies to broaden their reach quickly in Asia Pacific. This has helped increase new customer acquisitions by more than 50%, with many in the coveted enterprise category.”

“This award is a testament to the success we’re having with our main growth drivers, which focus on   enterprise customers, product diversification, UC and synergies with NTT Communications,” says Serge Genetet, Arkadin Executive Vice President - Managing Director, Asia Pacific.  “These drivers are essential for our transformation from a conferencing provider to a market-leading UC&C powerhouse.”  See video.

Frost & Sullivan also cited Arkadin’s enormous success in enriching the ArkadinAnywhere web conferencing solution for a true, cost effective service, and its continued leadership and expansion in video collaboration services through its partners Vidyo and Blue Jeans.

Serge Genetet accepted the award which was presented at Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 Asia Pacific ICT Awards reception at The Westin, Singapore.

Frost & Sullivan also honored NTT Communications for Data Center Service Provider of the Year at the awards reception. In addition, NTT Communications was recently recognized by Frost & Sullivan for receiving the Japan Unified Communications-as-a-Service Provider of the Year:


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