Everything Everywhere, the new venture between the two big mobile companies, is all set to boost the mobility of businesses with plans to improve productivity by 15 percent within three years.
The company has stated that it is looking to open up the access of information for its business customers wherever they are located and are aiming to integrate applications and devices into a single system.
The brand will also be promoting hi-tech services to increase its number of business customers. These include HD voice to allow for clear conversations and a reduction in background noise when making calls.
Martin Stiven, vice president of business at Everything Everywhere, has explained:
“Working with our partners will help us to innovate for our customers.
“Our aim is to significantly increase our business customer base by making the most of our resources and the Orange and T-Mobile brands to target the diverse business audience.”
Everything Everywhere became the largest communications firm in the UK when it was officially formed in May of this year and now has 30 million customers and around 700 shops throughout the UK.
We will just have to see if the company can deliver on its plans to increase the productivity of its business customers and provide a more integrated system.