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NFON UK partners with ASL Group

Pan-European cloud PBX provider NFON UK has partnered with UK reseller ASL Group.

ASL’s addition of Cloudya, NFON’s Cloud Telephone System, to its portfolio is part of its strategic plan where “voice becomes a key lever for growth in 2020 and beyond”.

Myles Leach, managing director at NFON UK commented: “We are thrilled to add ASL as a new diamond partner. The company has experienced phenomenal growth and sees cloud telephony as a lucrative revenue stream. For its existing 6,000+ customers its key that the product delivers on every front – across quality, functionality and reliability – we are pleased to be the provider they have chosen to fuel its upward growth trajectory.”

ASL will be delivering services through Nuvola Distribution. NFON UK signed its partnership agreement with Nuvola Distribution in July 2019.

ASL sees a huge opportunity in the cloud telephony market. Paul Derry, group sales director at ASL Group, said: “We have a great legacy with print and IT services, but in order to keep growing we want to diversify our portfolio with solutions that will complement our product set and add value to our customer’s business. The choice to move from PBX to hosted telephony is a no-brainer as it enables our customers to create more time for their essential duties and have a more agile working environment to boot.

“After reviewing all providers on the market, we are confident that with NFON’s product and Nuvola’s support, we have a winning formula that will delight our customers and enable our business to go from strength to strength.”

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