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Aqura Technologies recognised in Global Mitel Awards
Aqura Technologies is excited to announce that it has been named the International Mitel MiCloud Flex
Partner of the Year at the Mitel Next International Conference. The annual awards recognise excellence
and dedication to create and deliver solutions that meet the needs of customers to achieve excellence in
customer experience and business productivity.
Travis Young, Aqura Technologies Chief Executive, was immensely proud of the Aqura team for this
“This award is highly prestigious considering the esteemed international group of Mitel partners who have
also been recognised for excellence,” said Travis.
“On behalf of Aqura Technologies, I would like to extend my thanks to the great team at Mitel for their
excellent support for their partners, and to the Aqura team who go beyond expectation every day to ensure
our customers can fully leverage their Mitel solutions to achieve success.”
“Aqura Technologies has demonstrated outstanding performance in guiding customers through the
challenges of the past year as organisations looked to mitigate the workplace changes driven by the
pandemic and modernise their communications and collaboration capabilities,” said Scott Peterson, Chief
Revenue Officer, Mitel.
“Mitel fundamentally believes that going to market with our partners is key to delivering the best customer
experience. This award reflects the value Aqura Technologies brings to the table and the commitment
they’ve made to helping customers choose the right cloud or on-premise solution to not only meet today’s
business needs, but easily evolve to support new and future ways of working.”
Aqura Technologies is a Mitel Platinum partner and is focused on assisting businesses transform their legacy communications to move to future-focused Unified Communications solutions which offer significant business benefit via simple as-a-Service economic models and provides their employees with the tools to meet, and even exceed, customer expectations.
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