FLOW doing the best for business
IT IS NOT BUSINESS AS USUAL for Cable & Wireless (C&W) Barbados.
This was the clear signal as C&W’s officially unveiled its new C&W Business venture at Champers Restaurant last week.
Niall Sheehy, managing director of the local operations of C&W, which trades as FLOW, said the enhanced business enterprise “is about taking the very best of the LIME Business and Columbus Business Solutions organisations and combining them to give our customers in Barbados access to the most cutting edge suite of business solutions technology anywhere in the world”.
Sheehy said C&W Business “is already the partner of choice for pretty much every financial institution, multinational corporation, university and small business in the Caribbean”, asserting that “only we have the experience and the network to enable their businesses to evolve and develop to compete in today’s changing environment”.
“C&W Business want to be the ones that will enable your businesses to do all the things that you dream of. Be that webinars with China, securing your data or simply ensuring that your guests can stay connected,” he added.
Jaggernauth Dass, C&W’s vice-president of business and government sales in Barbados, said the company would be utilising “a new kind of converged technology that will be a powerful catalyst for innovation that will light the economy and transform the way we do business”.
“It points to faster, more dynamic ways of doing business and it will also provide the catalyst for advancements that will ultimately impact every aspect of our daily lives, from home to leisure and work. The power of connectivity will reshape our world and Cable & Wireless Business will be here for you when it does,” he said.
Dass also pointed out that the combined forces of Columbus Communications and C&W “will no doubt further accelerate the execution of the company’s strategy to help support the ability to deliver greater network resilience”. (SC)