BT’s Compute Management System project with Ricoh Europe wins Business Service Innovation Award at GTB Summit
Prestigious accolade awarded to BT and Ricoh for innovative new service.
BT won a Business Service Innovation Award at the prestigious 2016 Global Telecoms Business (GTB) Awards for its Compute Management System (CMS) deployment with Ricoh Europe. The winners were announced at a gala dinner at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel in London on May 25th.
GTB Summit is a leading industry event with Awards considered among the most prestigious accolades awarded in the telco industry.
Ricoh Europe is implementing new technologies enabled by the cloud. A personalised version of the BT Compute Management System enables Ricoh Europe to brand, orchestrate, deliver and operate a standardised set of services globally via the cloud.
Winning such a prestigious award for our work with Ricoh Europe is a great recognition of the pioneering spirit of both companies working together to reap benefits of the cloud computing and digital transformation. This accolade reinforces our ambition to be global leaders in cloud services integration, and demonstrates how we are making our Cloud of Clouds vision a reality.”
- Neil Lock, vice president, BT Compute.
David Mills, CEO, Ricoh Europe, added, “This award acknowledges Ricoh Europe’s commitment to offering the expertise, skills and technology to help customers thrive in the digital world. It is also a testament to the continued evolution of our cloud offering; providing a flexible, secure and cost-effective platform for linking Ricoh printers and MFPs to the devices mobile workers prefer to use. The applications of cloud technology is benefitting a range of our customers. SMBs have shown a strong appetite for our cloud offering as they drive forward to enter new geographies and markets with the benefit of accessing important data when they need it.”
For more information on our Cloud of Clouds vision visit http://www.bt.com/point-of-view