Movero, Inc., a global provider of technology services, recently announced that it has entered a partnership agreement with Ezwim (News - Alert), Amsterdam, Netherlands-based telecom management services provider.
According to the terms of the partnership, both companies will offer their combined TEM expertise to companies that have a multinational presence in North America , EMEA, Latin America and AsiaPac. Also, Movero's global clients will also have access to 24/7/365 client support services.
“We really want to provide our clients and prospects with a one-stop shop for all their fixed and mobile communications needs, both in terms of geographic coverage and industry expertise,” said Movero CEO, Michael Lustig, in a statement. “For larger enterprises, they can now engage with a dynamic and agile service provider that delivers value globally without having to deal with multiple vendors around the world.”
“The partnership between Movero and Ezwim will provide new and existing Movero clients with a single source of global wing to wing telecom management service,” said Bram Cool, general manager of Ezwim. “Furthermore, the cultural fit between Movero and Ezwim ensures that end customers will experience the same level of service no matter where they do business with us. This partnership formalizes a long standing working relationship.”
Recently, Movero, Inc. has announced that it is officially operating under its new name. The company noted that the new business entity, led by CEO Michael Lustig, is the result of two mergers within the past year when BroadSource, Inc. merged with Ohio-based Integrated Mobile (News - Alert), and the combined entity later merged with Texas-based Movero Technology, Inc.
The new company, Movero, Inc., is headquartered in Atlanta, and maintains offices in Ohio and Texas. Movero is a global provider of technology services that helps enterprises effectively manage fixed and mobile communications expenses and other business processes.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell