We are very happy with our new partner IRIS one, based in Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands. They are specialised in ICT Services, telephony, connections and support.

The modern workspaces of IRIS one help users to get the most out of themselves every day. For example, better communication with customers through Cloud Telecommunication solutions or doing your job more flexibly thanks to the modern workspaces. They advise, implement and support the entire process.

IRIS one works exclusively with A-brand suppliers and proven technology. In addition, they combine best practices to lay flexible ICT foundations to enable organisations to better cope with changes and to give them more clout.

“With this partnership, we are taking a powerful step in user experience. Through our partnership with Workspace 365, we make it even easier for our users to get the most out of themselves anytime, anywhere and on any device!” – said Rob Stolzenbach, Manager Marketing & Product at IRIS one.

“With IRIS one as a partner, we ensure that customers get the attention they need to create the ultimate workspace. We look forward to this collaboration!”- said Tjibbe Vissers, Partner Success Maker at Workspace 365.

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