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Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Azzurri set to revolutionise network management and budget control with launch of Azzurri One
Audit of 1,200 corporate companies shows they could be making a combined 20% saving on their telecoms bills

Newbury, UK, 2nd May 2007 - Converged business voice and data company Azzurri Communications, today announced the launch of Azzurri One, a new service which is set to revolutionise the way companies handle their data, voice and mobile requirements. Azzurri One will enable companies to make significant cost savings through more efficient budget control and cost management.

Azzurri One is a fully managed service that combines an organisation's whole communications estate on to one managed platform with one fixed monthly bill.

Martin St Quinton, CEO, Azzurri Communications comments: "We appreciate what a challenge it is for organisations to manage all of their communications requirements effectively. With many suppliers and their subsequent bills to manage, budget control becomes almost impossible."

The idea for Azzurri One developed after years of carrying out audits at UK companies. Azzurri has audited 1,200 corporate UK customers with a combined telecoms spend of £300m per year, identifying £60m worth of achievable savings. Azzurri One audits the whole communications infrastructure, successfully identifying where savings can be made and then deploying all of a company's needs on to one platform, totally removing the need for numerous suppliers, complex billing and almost impossible management.

New customers to Azzurri One initially undergo a simple audit of their entire communications infrastructure. Azzurri then provides a full report on where cost savings can be made, before deploying the company's communications needs through one single supplier and one fixed cost bill.

Other benefits offered by Azzurri One include:

* Simplified management and transparency - Customers receive a wealth of infrastructure information in a single management report
* One service level agreement (SLA)
* Financial certainty due to single supplier, fixed cost billing
* One escalation procedure with one centralised service
* Removal of hidden waste, such as paying for data lines when only a fraction of the bandwidth in use is identified

As Martin St Quinton concludes "Azzurri One allows businesses to concentrate on what really matters - people, systems and applications."

(ENDS)


For further information please contact:
Rebecca Dean Louise Wheble Joe Doyle
Insight Marketing Insight Marketing Azzurri Communications
01625 506416 01625 506439 01635 520360
rdean@insightmkt.com lwheble@insightmkt.com joe.doyle@azzu.co.uk

About Azzurri Communications
Formed in June 2000, Azzurri Communications is one of the largest converged voice, data, and managed service companies in the UK. Annualised turnover is in excess of £150 million. There are circa 900 employees worldwide. Headquartered in Newbury, UK, Azzurri currently has sales and support operations in Fareham, High Wycombe, Kingston, Weybridge, Birmingham, Burnley, Hull, Leeds, East Kilbride, Los Angeles and Sydney.
Partnering with leading manufacturers and networks, Azzurri provides solutions that include voice, data, networking, digital print and mobile. Azzurri also provides consultancy such as in-depth communications audits for large corporations and comprehensive telecoms management services. For further information visit http://www.azzurricommunications.com

 

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