Workair targets €15m in new business deals after signing with Vonage
Cloud-based communications firm expands its product offering in Irish market after link-up with Nasdaq-listed company
Workair, the Irish cloud-based communications company, is targeting €15 million in new business after signing a strategic partnership with the Nasdaq-listed firm Vonage.
The company, founded by Stephen Mackarel, provides cloud-based phone systems for Irish businesses and organisations including the Office of Public Works, BidX1, Windsor Motor Group and LetsGetChecked.
The deal with Vonage, a US-based firm that specialises in contact centre software, has expanded Workair’s product offering in the Irish market, which will now...
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