Datapac delivers UC solution for Wexford County Council
Deal worth €350,000
TechTrade | 26 Oct 2012 :
Datapac has delivered a €350,000 Cisco unified communications (UC) solution for Wexford County Council. The new solution promises to greater collaboration between council departments and improved services for the County's 145,237 citizens.
The UC solution has also been rolled out to the Enniscorthy, Gorey and New Ross council offices, creating a converged ICT environment so calls can be routed better between the offices, improving interaction and helping to resolve any queries in a shorter time.
The new system will provide more flexible services as staff can make and receive calls from any location in the county as if they were sitting at their own desk, making them more accessible to citizens and colleagues. They are contactable through the one central number, whether using their mobile or working from other offices, improving responsiveness and productivity.
Peter O'Connor, IS project leader, Wexford County Council, said: "The aim of this project was to create a more streamlined and flexible service for both the community and council staff in Wexford. Datapac has provided us with a future-proofed and integrated solution that allows us to improve communications across the council, and also make staff and services more accessible to local people and businesses.
"Datapac's in-depth experience of working with public authorities throughout Ireland, coupled with their local support and expertise provides us with the utmost confidence in our new communications system."
Suzanne Brady, business development manager, Datapac, said: "Datapac works with many local authorities across the country... By implementing unified communications technologies, it is improving collaboration and frontline services for Wexford citizens and businesses."
Pictured: Peter O'Conor, Wexford County Council with Suzanne Brady, Datapac