There is always a moment when resellers who want to enter new, bigger markets, crave an opportunity to do so. Therefore it should come as no surprise when those operating in the call management space swoop on Oak’s new three pronged channel expansion strategy.
In the first of our educational pieces, we look at what the law says regarding call recording and financial transactions and how Oak’s solutions can help you tick the right boxes.
Oak is proud to support Julia’s House for the second year running by holding a Time for Tea event and raised £410.00 for the charity.
Staff at software company Oak Telecom, based in Poole, have been toasting their success at the prestigious 2014 Comms National (CN) Awards this month.
At this year’s Convergence Summit South, Oak will be launching its new Evolve range of communications management solutions aimed at mid-market channel customers.
As part of it's exciting expansion plans Oak has taken over Manchester based and long term partner, Aspire. Oak has taken on all staff and is set to grow its northern presence to provide local support to resellers old and new.
Six months on from Oak's launch of its on line real-time comms management solution Evolve, Comms Dealer caught up with joint CEO Phillip Reynolds to assess how the channel has reacted to an industry game changer.
As Oak prepares to launch Evolve, a revolutionary real-time Wallboard and Communications Management Solution for the Avaya IP Office, Joint-CEO Phil Reynolds explains why he believes that Oak's products are just what the Channel needs to drive new business.
Phil Reynolds, Joint CEO of Oak, says that the company is building upon the success of Patient Connect with other applications that target specific vertical markets to enable their resellers to maximise their customer base.
How Oak's new real-time wallboard and communications management solution, evolve, is a great new opportunity for the Channel.
How Oak is addressing vertical markets with award-winning solutions.
Catch up with the channel's man of iron and man of Oak, Adam Bardsley.