ORANJESTAD, Aruba – February 21st, 2018: Digicel Aruba held their first Digicel Corporate Breakfast on February 20th, 2018 at Hyatt Regency Resort, were they presented to their corporate customers and prospects about Digicel Business and what they have to offer. During the Corporate Breakfast the corporate Customers had the opportunity to receive information regarding tailored ICT solutions supporting their business. Digicel had the honor to have several speakers from renowned companies at the Digicel Corporate Breakfast meeting: Digicel Aruba, Fortinet, Cisco, Avaya, Deloitte Dutch Caribbean and Aruba Networks.
Digicel Business’ specialists gave information on how they developed from a mobile company, into an ICT service provider and already on the way to grow into a full service global entertainment provider. Not only Digicel presented capabilities, but also their four main partners, who are Cisco, Avaya, Fortinet and Aruba Networks provided information, and not only commercial but also informative.
A room filled with corporate customers received different presentations filled with valuable information about ‘Internet of Things’, innovations and how they can implement these in their day-to-day business.
Wanda Broeksema, CEO of Digicel Aruba spoke of Digicel Aruba and the competence of the Corporate Sales Team. She gave a special Thank You to all who were present to help make this Digicel Corporate Breakfast a success.
Brian Monpellier, Head of Business Sales Digicel Aruba, gave a presentation about the Digicel Business portfolio, the entire landscape of partners of Digicel Business, and he also pointed out why it is an advantage for companies to work with Digicel Business as their Global ICT partner. In order to solve current challenges, save costs, improve efficiency and how to be ready for the future.
Director Risk Advisory of Deloitte Dutch Caribbean, Roy Jansen, was one of the speakers and he gave information on ‘Internet of Things’, smart cities, Cyber security, risk management and (ethical) hacking. He gave different pointers the corporate customer can use in their daily work environment.
Aruba Networks spoke of their Mobile First Architecture and “Customer First – Customer Last” policy, location services portfolio of Aruba and the integration with ‘Clear Pass’ and ‘IntroSpect’ and its benefits.