Updates & Wins
Large fabrication company awards Tiger a five year contract to provide focussed performance analysis statistics to monitor and improve their customer service record.
Prestigious NHS Trust consolidates their reporting platforms by expanding their existing Tiger to monitor a further 8,000 extensions across a mixed-vendor voice estate.
Blue light customer purchases Tiger to monitor their Unify OSV platform for cost allocation and KPI compliancy.
Council client signs up to a Tiger Managed Service for billing and reporting across their Lync 2013 and Mobile estate comprising 7,000 endpoints.
Financial services client selects Tiger for compliance and auditing of telephone activity on a Cisco UCM estate
Existing Tiger customer licenses a further 5,000 extensions and upgrades to Tiger Prism.
Building supply company purchases Tiger to provide fraud detection and expense management across their Cisco UCM estate.
Further to the recent announcement of Mitel’s acquisition of TigerTMS for their hospitality solutions portfolio, we would like to to assure our partners and customers that Tiger Communications remains a 100% privately owned and independent company.
TigerTMS, formerly part of Group Tiger, has no commercial association with Tiger Communications plc following the successful demerger of both companies last year enabling Tiger Communications to focus on the Commercial and Enterprise marketplace.
UK Council selects Tiger to replace their legacy reporting system to monitor a Cisco UCM. Highlights improved capabilities in fraud detection and system flexibility.
International company expands Tiger platform by 1,500 extensions in two additional countries, part of a continued Global Cisco UC deployment.
New Managed Service Customer - UK utilities provider signs up to Tiger managed service for 12,000 extensions to provide modelling statistics during migration to UC.
NHS client expands Tiger system by an additional 8,000 extensions as part of shared services program
University client upgrades to the latest version of Tiger and adds mobile phone reporting to provide consolidated reports to the user base
Local Government client expands Tiger system by a further 2,500 extensions
Financial Services client expands their existing Tiger system with a further 12 Cisco UCMBE platforms. Tiger provides internal cross charging facilities across 160 countries including the use of Tail End Hop Off (TEHO)
Existing customer in the consultancy and project delivery sector expands Tiger system by a further 11,000 extensions. Expansion includes North and South American telephony on Cisco UCM platforms.
University client selects Tiger to monitor OpenScape Voice platform comprising of 3,000 extensions. The Tiger system will deliver cross charging, capacity monitoring and exception reporting.
Existing NHS customer expands their Tiger system to monitor 8,000 more CUCM extensions as part of shared services initiative.
UK Publishing company choose Tiger to monitor 1,000 extensions on CUCM, includes Active Directory integration for automated updates to assist with cross charging.
Oil & Gas client picks Tiger to monitor 600 extensions across two locations with a view to expand globally.
Financial services client re-commits to Tiger, initiates project to virtualise servers and upgrade to the latest version.
Another sizable win for Tiger in the Oil and Gas sector! The client is monitoring 3,200 extensions on a CUCM 9 and looking to expand the system over the next 12 months.
Existing Tiger client selects View My Calls and Bill Import modules to provide service billing transparency to schools utilising their telephony services.
Long standing Tiger client upgrades to the latest version to monitor their MX-One platform and begin importing mobile bills to offer a centralised reporting platform to business users.
Tiger @ Cisco Live
This is the fifth year Tiger has attended the Cisco Live event, where we will be showcasing our latest products, making it the perfect opportunity for our partners and clients to see all the latest updates and developments.