O2 signs Daisy Group as a Strategic Partner

London: O2 today announces that Daisy Group plc, has become the latest company to sign up as a strategic partner and become a member of O2 Centre of Excellence.

This follows Daisy?s recent acquisition of SpiriTel, a leading independent provider of traditional voice and IP business solutions and a member of O2?s Centre of Excellence programme. The move will see Daisy establish a dedicated and separate O2 sales team to ensure that all routes to market managed by Daisy will benefit from both companies? combined expertise and product range.

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Daisy acquisition of SpiriTel

Daisy Group plc (AIM: DAY), a leading service provider of unified business communications services, is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement with the SpiriTel Directors on the terms of a recommended cash offer to be made by Daisy Group for the entire issued and to be issued ordinary share capital of SpiriTel at a price of 51.5 pence per SpiriTel Share, valuing the share capital of SpiriTel (on a Fully Diluted basis) at £27.3m.

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Lancashire was the place to be as Daisy Group held

Some well-known personalities from the channel converged in the North West to enjoy 18 holes of golf, win some outstanding prizes and help Daisy raise more than £8,000 for charity.

Business partners, resellers and associates of Daisy swapped the office for the fairway and descended on Clitheroe Golf Club for a full day of activities, pitting their golfing wits against one another.

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Businesses favour practicality over pizzazz

Despite advancements in mobile phone handsets, SMEs prefer to buy models that offer the best battery life and durability, according to research released by telecoms provider Daisy Group and customer creation specialist B2Group.

Survey results reveal the top three factors SMEs consider when looking for a new handset are ease of use, battery life and durability of the phone, suggesting reliability is more important than owning the latest handset. Email and wi-fi connectivity, were fourth and fifth choice in the survey.

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