ANT Telecom joins Motorola Solutions’ PartnerEmpower Programme
Written by: Sam Fenwick | Published:
Klaus Allion, managing director at ANT Telecom

ANT Telecom, an automated communications specialist, has joined Motorola Solutions’ PartnerEmpower Programme and extended its product portfolio to include Motorola Solutions’ Wave (a radio to smartphone integration solution), as well as its DMR radios, including trunked systems and applications.

Joining the programme enhances ANT Telecom’s lone worker and critical alarm management solutions, as it now has access to Motorola Solutions’ training and business expertise and the company’s large range of products.

Motorola Solutions introduced the PartnerEmpower programme in 2010 to generate new opportunities for collaboration in delivering customer solutions. It leverages mobility and communications technology, enabling partners, such as ANT Telecom, to collaborate with an internationally recognised brand.

Klaus Allion, managing director at ANT Telecom said: “The partnership compliments our aim to provide better protection for employees and businesses through integrated communication solutions. For over 30 years we have helped organisations with a highly mobile workforce to communicate effectively with their colleagues, customers and suppliers.

“As part of the PartnerEmpower Programme, we will also have wider access to alternative avenues to increase market presence, drive sales and strengthen our offering. We’re very much looking forward to seeing how our partnership with Motorola will continue to evolve.”

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