“You can’t be great at everything, which is why you have to partner with those who make you stronger,” Mattias Ohde, CEO, Soluno BC, shared, opening up about the necessity for companies to partner up to create more trustworthy solutions for end-users. Partnerships can profit every aspect of a business including sales execution. And depending on the partner, he said they’re all as critical when it comes to getting unified communications technology into the hands of contact centers and those who find themselves working from home.
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Coronavirus has exposed an elephant in the room, one that’s been there for some time, but we’ve only begun to see. There are plenty of companies, predating the virus, that struggled to flourish, and today, they’ve either collapsed or accustomed themselves to a new future in the cloud. Blame it on antiquated ways of thinking, or refusing to embrace digital transformation – all cards are on the table.
I caught up with Mattias Ohde, CEO, Soluno BC (pictured, above), for an exclusive UC Today interview. Ohde shed some light into the company’s partner landscape and told me about many of the resources available for Soluno partners so they can be what Ohde called “Happy and empowered partners.” For the past year, I’ve covered Soluno, and the company’s made some serious headway, along the way, announcing various strategic partnerships with the likes of T-Mobile Netherlands to bring to fruition a robust mobile-first offering, to address the B2B market.