Mitel, a global leader in business communications, today announced that it is expanding customer choice and flexibility by launching subscription-based offers across all flagship platforms in its global portfolio, including MiVoice Business, MiVoice Office 400, MiVoice 5000 and MiVoice MX-ONE. Mitel is embracing the shift to hybrid work with a new, convenient way for organizations to adopt communications and collaboration services in ways that minimize up-front cost and best suit their goals while also complementing Mitel’s existing solutions sold through more traditional methods.
“In the past two years, the role of communications technologies in organizations has shifted dramatically from simple utility to business-critical capability,” said Tarun Loomba, president and CEO of Mitel. “Mitel is firmly committed to supporting customers wherever they are in their communications journey. We believe great communications enable organizations to thrive, and expanding our subscription offerings across all Mitel platforms delivers maximum flexibility for customers so they can freely choose the solution that best supports their needs today and their ambitions for the future.”
“It is important to remove the traditional barriers to software adoption through subscription-based models,” said Oru Mohiuddin, Research Manager, UCC, IDC Europe. “Subscription models give customers the flexibility to access the latest cloud technologies and respond rapidly to changing market demands.”