To address the growing interest for cloud-based technology solutions in Asia Pacific, ALE is delivering a range of innovative and industry specific consumption-based delivery models for businesses of all sizes. The offers are the first to combine the power of the cloud with an outcome-based approach for customer success.
Tailored cloud services for specific industries, such as hospitality, education, health and government provide businesses the opportunity to advance and maximize their technology investment while leveraging it to achieve tangible business outcomes. For instance ALE, in collaboration with their channel partners, has created a hotel model that charges only for communications services when rooms are occupied, providing greater cost efficiencies in the hospitality industry.
ALE has made strong progress with cloud communication services for large enterprises and SMBs in Australia and New Zealand. It recently delivered tailor-made cloud services for the Accor hotel group and at the G20 with their partner, UXC Connect.
“The cloud computing landscape in the Asia Pacific region reflects a massive growth opportunity,” said Matthieu Destot, Vice-President, ALE Asia Pacific. “This type of collaboration with our channel partners that provides benefit to businesses affirms our commitment to drive business growth in the Asia Pacific region through a strategic focus on the cloud.”
“It’s important that our cloud services and solutions are aligned to our customers’ evolving business drivers and business outcomes,” said Steve Saunders, who was recently appointed director of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Cloud Services in Asia Pacific and will be responsible for developing, driving and advancing the company as a major cloud player. “The Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Cloud Solutions give our customers new opportunities to change the way they consume and use technology. We are continuing to build our portfolio of available cloud solutions for Asia Pacific customers. To this end, we are actively engaging with relevant cloud business and infrastructure as a service (Iaas) partners in the region.”