The global manufacturer of industrial machinery went to BT to manage a pan-European move to IP telephony
As part of its worldwide strategy to move to an IP infrastructure, the company wanted to upgrade telephone networks in six European countries to one platform, designed and delivered by a single service provider.
BT facilitated the convergence of voice and data networks with MPLS as the enabling technology, run out of a centralised call manager cluster in Ingersoll’s Dublin data centre, allowing network traffic to be monitored and prioritised in a way that was impossible before.
Ingersoll Rand now has IP infrastructure, managed and maintained by BT that consolidate its networks and delivers much greater efficiency.
They won the contract because of all the positive feedback I received from its customers in Europe and the US, and because its pricing was very competitive.
Peter Svoboda, Ingersoll Rand Territory Manager for Central and Eastern Europe and EU Countries