Head of Voice services at the Salvation Army, John Paulowski, explains why they've been using a Tiger's Business Intelligence Solutions for so many years – and why they remain a customer to this day.
Bees are one of the most collaborative species in the world, and as social insects living in a colony, they must communicate with one another in order to survive and thrive. Honeybees use odor cues, food exchanges, and movement to share information – luckily for us, humans have surpassed those days.
But do you know which ones you’re trying to unlock? Platforms which measure and analyse the usage and success of a Unified Communications (UC) Collaboration initiative are an invaluable mission critical resource. However, the realisation of a collaboration project does not hinge solely on the presentation and availability of the data.
In a fast-moving world of digital innovations, the one thing a modern business must do to maintain success is keep with the times, and not get left behind. Not all advancements may be applicable to a business, but one thing that is applicable to every successful business is clear communication – and the tools that contribute to its fluidity.
Here's how he got on... After being on a Work Placement for the past few days at Tiger Communications, I have learnt more about how a company in the IT and Telephony industry works. Before coming to Tiger, I was not aware of the amount of organisation and stages of development that were needed to create a successful company and product.