VoicePlus has outgrown its current premises and will be moving to a new larger standalone business unit on 4 August 2017.
More space to accommodate growth
VoicePlus will move to a new three-level custom-designed building will provide extra space needed for the expansion of VoicePlus professional services.
The ground floor will be a reception area; dispatch, warehousing and IT staging. The second floor will house the VoicePlus IT and EMM specialists, and Business Analytics team; while the top floor will be the home of the customer service helpdesk, finance, sales, marketing and management.
OUR NEW ADDRESS WILL BE:
6-8 HERBERT STREET
ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
Managed Mobility Service drives growth
A key reason for our growth is the expansion of our professional services, says Managing Director, Michael Giffney.
"We have evolved from being a Telstra mobile dealer to becoming an internationally recognised Endpoint Management company. Our capabilities have expanded to Telecom Expense Management, Managed Mobility Services, Enterprise Mobility Management, and connection solutions for all endpoint devices.
"We are working with a growing number of customers and handling thousands of mobile devices. We need more space for our people, our equipment, and our warehousing."
VoicePlus first moved into Managed Mobility Service when it partnered with Coca-Cola Amatil in 2009 to develop the Atrium MMS solution. Atrium has now been adopted by other enterprise companies such as:
- Coca-Cola Amatil (Case Study)
- Compass Group
- CNH Industrial
VoicePlus has also expanded into Enterprise Mobility Management and Unified Communications. We have a specialist EMM team providing AirWatch and Microsoft Intune design, management, security and management. We also have a 4GX Micro-site solution and a Rapid Router solution.
- Case Study: Coca-Cola Amatil saves with VoicePlus Atrium MMS
- eBook: 8 reasons why outsourcing mobility management makes sense
- eBook: What is a Managed Mobility Service and how can it cut my mobile costs?
- Australian business moves to leverage managed mobility service