Neostratus bringing cloud services to Emtel in Mauritius

Cloud enabler Neostratus has signed a partnership agreement with Mauritian mobile operator Emtel to deliver numerous cloud-based services.

The deal has been realised in cooperation with Bamboozle, Neostratus’ strategic partner in the Middle-East. According to the cooperation, Neostratus and Bamboozle will provide the first wave of cloud services at Emtel, containing Messaging, Web Hosting, Cloud Storage, Backup & Recovery and a Digital Business Suite.  The services are targeting Consumers, SMEs and Corporate customers in Mauritius.

With this new set of cloud services Emtel aims to help businesses and entrepreneurs in Mauritius to get access to digital technologies and enable them to start their business by using cloud technologies. With cloud-based  emailing, online backup & recovery and the new “Bamboozle SMACmeup” digital business suite, which is an all-in-one solution for website building, social media integration, ecommerce, promotions and contact management, SMEs and corporations will have the advantage to benefit from the efficiency, flexibility and mobility of the cloud.

“Mauritius is one of the leading markets with regards to digital performance indicators. Cloud and digital solutions can help its economy to new growth dynamics and leadership by using advanced solutions for making their businesses smart businesses”, said Patrick Swoboda, Founder and CEO of Bamboozle.

“Cloud and digital transformation will be a key enabler for emerging markets as they can benefit not only from technical advantages, but also leverage new business models that help drive innovation”, added András Tüdős, CTO and CEO of Neostratus.



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