DeTeWe communications presented complete ICT services from a single source Berlin, may 2009 – may 15 the DeTeWe communications to the Consultertag had loaded for 2009 in its headquarters to Berlin. Around 100 planners and consultants accepted the invitation to discuss together with the nationwide operating ICT system integrator most important current trends in information and communication technologies which were in particular unified communications, IP technologies and managed services at the Center. In this context, the Aastra company recommended the participants as a reliable partner in the area of ICT system integration, which committed in a special way to quality, innovation and investment protection in terms of existing installations. The processes of companies are usually very different. Their demands on the ICT technologies are accordingly different.
Ultimately companies aim here but all the same: innovative ICT technology to optimally support their commercial success and their sustainable competitive position strengthen. To realize these requirements companies need in a fast-moving times like today more than ever a reliable partner who has the appropriate expertise in the area of ICT and can offer complete, customized solutions from a single source.\” Christian fron, Managing Director, DeTeWe Communications GmbH, the present planners and consultants presented the comprehensive modular range of services to managed services before, that even world makes his company its customers around the clock and on request available. In his presentation Luckie, CEO Germany of the Aastra-DeTeWe group, based on the solutions of Aastra, demonstrated how companies with open IP technologies increase their effectiveness, reduce costs and can optimize their resources and also increase their flexibility in a communications environment that is constantly changing. At the same time innovative, open standards-based ICT systems are the key to the Managing technology change\”towards convergent communications infrastructure, so Lady, whose company is market analyst according to Canalys has now positioned in second place in the German market for corporate communications.