Cisco Gold partner ONI has opened an office in London’s financial district to support its recent success in the finance sector.
The new outpost in Throbmorton Street is designed to provide new and existing customers with a “more personalised” service.
Luton-based ONI counts stockbroker Charles Stanley, which it is currently helping trial Cisco Unified Communications 6.0, among its City-based clients.
David Owen, City and Finance sales team manager at ONI, said: “Based on our recent success in the financial sector, it is a natural progression for us to relocate near to where our customers are based.
“ONI is renowned for the personal level of care we offer and by being close to our customers, we are endeavouring to put the customer at the forefront of what we do.’
As a Cisco unified communications specialist, ONS claims to be the only Cisco partner outside of North America to be invited to work on future releases of Cisco’s Unified Communications Manager.
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