As a telecommunications company that specialises in bespoke business-grade broadband and hosted phone systems, we The Halo Tech Group have recently become a NetSapiens service provider partner.
In teaming up with Netsapiens, we can further expand on our unique service proposition (USP) of providing a bespoke solution to each of our customers.
“We understand that every business is different, so we ensure each solution is configured differently for every situation,” said CEO and co-founder Jonathan Walker.
“At Halo, we pride ourselves in our bespoke solutions—from bespoke office phone systems with over 30 features and a mobile app to dedicated lease lines and full-fibre broadband for businesses throughout the UK. And now in partnering with NetSapiens we are able to expand our services, knowledge, and expertise to many businesses throughout the UK and beyond.”
Bringing truly innovative features to the UK Market
“Working with NetSapiens will allow us to bring truly innovative features to the UK market, which is currently flooded with providers supplying the same feature sets at similar price points, as well as being true to our business objective of ‘Making it bespoke, making it better,’” says The Halo Tech Group’s marketing manager Cora Halleron-Clarke.
“We work differently to many other telecommunications companies across the UK and the world for that matter. By collaborating with a successful, like-minded business like NetSapiens that is also focussed on the needs of customers and clients, it opens up many opportunities for both of our businesses,” adds Cora.
A perfect partnership
Scott Goodwin, Managing Director, NetSapiens International Ltd. says, “We are delighted to be working with The Halo Tech Group, their commitment to customer service and drive to support their customers with tailored solutions dove-tails perfectly with our technology. Along with our investment in highly scalable, secure, resilient, GDPR compliant, private cloud communication platforms will assist and support The Halo Tech Group’s high growth.”