This is set to provide Olive with a wider range of Vodafone services, including 5G and IoT and fixed line products, to its 3,500 customers.
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“We’ve worked collaboratively with Vodafone for many years,” said Olive CEO Martin Flick. “This new partnership takes the relationship to the next level and is an exciting new chapter for both parties.
“We recognise that our customers want end-to-end digital solutions; Vodafone 5G, IoT, fixed line and SD Wan are fantastic additions to our portfolio.
“Vodafone joins Google, Microsoft, Mitel and V1 in delivering the key building blocks of our service.”
Head of Partnerships at Vodafone UK, Kathy Quashie, said: “We are delighted to continue our strong relationship with Olive and excited about the potential value of its reach for our extended portfolio of fixed, mobile and converged services.”
The partnership extension comes following the opening of a new Olive headquarters in Australia to meet growing demand for cloud assistance in order to make products easier for customers to use.
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The ongoing development of Olive’s cloud portfolio continues the firm’s evolution from a B2B mobile provider.
Founded in 2012, the company has previously won a Vodafone Platinum award as well as a Vodafone Total Communications Partner award.