Mitel surpasses three million cloud subscribers

Adds more than one million new users in 2016

Mitel® (Nasdaq:MITL) (TSX:MNW), a global leader in enterprise communications, announced today the addition of more than one million new cloud subscribers in 2016, tipping its cloud business past the three million user mark to reach another industry milestone. The company still holds the lead in business cloud communications with more than twice the number of subscribers as its nearest competitor.

With increased global coverage, Mitel continues to bolster its cloud offerings, giving even more businesses and multinational companies access to the cloud communications provider one in four cloud users trusts most. A recent Gartner report also scored Mitel highest in satisfying hybrid unified communications use case requirements.

 

“Moving our communications to the cloud gives us an affordable and highly reliable solution that allows us to focus on our business without worrying about downtime or dedicating resources to maintenance,” said Casey Gubler, Controller, Lad Irrigation. “Mitel’s cloud platform also gives us advanced features that are easy to use and accessible when we’re mobile, so we can enjoy the same in-office experience, even on the road.”

“Businesses around the world are turning to cloud communications to seamlessly connect their workforces, enhance customer service and simplify IT management,” said Jon Brinton, EVP and President, Mitel Cloud Division. “Mitel delivers the stability and expertise to provide them a better path forward to hybrid and pure cloud solutions at a pace that’s right for them and with the assurance their investment is futureproof.”

About Mitel

A global market leader in enterprise and mobile communications powering more than two billion business connections, Mitel (Nasdaq:MITL) (TSX:MNW) helps businesses and service providers connect, collaborate and provide innovative services to their customers. Our innovation and communications experts serve more than 60 million business users in more than 100 countries.

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