TSG has been awarded Gold Partner status by award-winning telephony and communications partner Gamma. The Gold Partner status was awarded to TSG as a reflection of the number of Gamma deployments it has delivered to businesses across the country.
TSG has been in partnership with the leading communications provider for 3 years, offering hosted telephony solutions to hundreds of businesses across the UK.
The demand for hosted telephone systems is on the rise due to the fast-approaching retirement of the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). Openreach (BT) will be retiring ISDN as of 2025, which will affect hundreds of thousands of businesses who will need to move across to IP lines.
The trend in UK companies moving towards a cloud-based telephony system is in part due to the array of benefits hosted solutions provide. This, coupled with modernising in advance of the 2025 deadline, makes commercial and operational sense for most.
Paul Burns, CTO of TSG commented:
"Telephony no longer sits apart from the IT landscape. With the rapidly increasing adoption of cloud technologies, hosted telephony fits squarely into the technology strategy rather than still being seen as a standalone solution. Hosted telephony offers comprehensive benefits over traditional platforms, meaning advanced features and fixed/mobile convergence are now within the reach of every business.”
"We are delighted that Gamma has recognised the fantastic work we are doing with our customers and this has now led to TSG being awarded Gold Partner status. As an experienced and valued Gamma partner, we will continue to work with our customers to deploy hosted telephony solutions that are effective, futureproof, secure and in many cases, save our customers money.”
A large number of leading brands have adopted Gamma solutions including Crown Paint, The British Heart Foundation, American Golf and Pret. The hosted telephone systems are simple and futureproof with potential savings for many customers. Gamma Horizon is a fully managed service offering ongoing support and is disaster recovery-ready.