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Spectralink expands operations to the Middle East

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Spectralink Corporation, a global leader in wireless solutions for the workplace, is expanding its sales and distribution efforts into the Middle East. With Gartner predicting that IT spend in the Middle East will reach $214.7 billion over the course of the next year &ndash…

Spectralink Corporation, a global leader in wireless solutions for the workplace, is expanding its sales and distribution efforts into the Middle East.

With Gartner predicting that IT spend in the Middle East will reach $214.7 billion over the course of the next year – a 5.2 per cent increase from 2014 – Spectralink aims to capitalise on this growth. Focusing on vertical markets with demanding workplace communications environments such as retail, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing and utilities, Spectralink’s Wi-Fi handset models will be available to organisations in the region.

Spectralink helps employees to work smarter through its in-building wireless communications solutions – mobile handsets that prioritise voice calls running over a company’s Wi-Fi network. This improves productivity and customer service, boosts efficiency and enables highly reliable collaboration within workforces distributed across a large campus or building.

Initially serving Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, Spectralink will be working with two distribution partners. The company will operate its Middle East business through FVC, a leading value-added distributor within MENA (the Middle East and North Africa) and Westcon Group, a value-added distributor of category leading unified communications, network infrastructure, data centre and security solutions with a global network of specialty resellers.

“Spectralink is dedicated to helping organisations across the globe empower their in-building mobile workforce. The Middle East has one of the world’s fastest growing workforces, especially in the healthcare, retail and hospitality sectors, so our expansion into the region is a natural next step,” said Dan Mondor, CEO, Spectralink Corporation. “With a solution that caters specifically to these key industries, we will be solving the growing demand for workplace mobility in the Middle East. Staff in these areas now have access to mobile communications solutions that help them to work efficiently, while also ensuring they operate safely in the most demanding workplace environments.”


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