AT&T inks unified communications platform deal with Shell

AT&T announced its unified communications platform deal with Shell to migrate 150,000 employees and contractors in over 50 countries.

As per the five-year agreement, AT&T said, its unified communications platform will allow them to connect via instant messaging, voice, web and video conferencing, and application sharing using a single interface – on a range of connected devices such as PCs, tablets and smartphones.

AT&T did not share financial details of the deal. The American telecom operator said it is one of the largest deals for supplying unified communication platforms.

AT&TThe solution enables voice, data files (such as slides, spreadsheets and other documents) and video sharing across all major mobile operating platforms including Windows, Windows Phone, iOS and Android in a fully managed environment.

Mark Shine, senior vice president at AT&T, said: “We’re helping them save money by providing the framework for a mobile environment. AT&T is delivering what it does best so Shell can focus on its core business — providing energy products and solutions for consumers and businesses around the world.”

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