Nexon Asia Pacific has been awarded a $5.6 million multi-year contract with Craveable Brands for the deployment and management of internet access services, cloud calling, cloud managed security, wireless and switching across 530 Australian restaurants.
Craveable Brands, which owns Oporto, Red Rooster and Chicken Treat, has an existing five-year relationship with Nexon, where the managed services provider had implement a unified communications solution based on Skype for Business that also included “networks needs” at the company’s head office.
Under the new deal, the MSP will deploy Cisco Meraki technology to provide a consistent system of WAN, LAN and wireless devices with visibility and centralised management.
Nexon deploys Cisco Meraki in $5.6M deal with Aussie restaurant chain
( Published on May 27, 2019 )