Mitel Networks Corp (NASDAQ:MITL) an international leader of enterprise communications, reported that it has closed the acquisition of certain inventory, assets and support requirements from Toshiba Corporation’s Unified Communications operations. The update the MoU finalized by the two firms on May 11, 2017.
Effective immediately, Toshiba partners and clients have a clear direction forward with Mitel, comprising underway access to current Toshiba services and products. In addition, to support business continuity, a major group of Toshiba support, sales and R&D staff will join company and will continue to offer support to current Toshiba partners and customers. The transaction also comprises a transition services deal to offer service and product continuity.
The deal showcases Mitel’s plan to focus on expanding its role in the UCC segment as digital transformation boosts demand for cloud-based corporate communications solutions and business efficiency applications are redesigning organizations internationally.
Rich McBee, the CEO of Mitel, reported that in a rapidly transforming and opportunity rich know-how landscape, the company is helping consumer seek a smooth path onward whether on the premise, or in the cloud, or a hybrid of both. The CEO added that they are thrilled to officially welcome Toshiba partners, employees and customers to the Mitel family.
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In the last trading session, the stock price of Mitel recorded marginal gains of 0.14% to close the day at $7.08.