Case studies

Find out more about the innovative solutions we've delivered for our customers.

Our customers trust us to deliver a range of communications and collaboration services that are critical to their productivity and competitiveness.

Read our customer case studies and view our video case studies and see what they say about us in their own words.

We get under your skin to deliver a communications solution that is tailored to fit:

Your industry.

We understand the challenges facing a range of different UK industry sectors. The underlying factors are often common - downward cost pressure, expectation of equal or better service, demand for increased productivity and profit, new customer and citizen demands - but each industry has it's own challenges and opportunities which we can help you to overcome.

Your role.

Putting customers or citizens at the heart of your organisation is the starting point for success in this competitive and volatile era - service is a leading differentiator. As departments collaborate more to focus on customer experience, service levels, business process and profitability, Azzurri helps you to improve collaboration and use technology to support your objectives. We help people in various roles share common challenges and ideas on how communications and technology can tackle them.

Your company size.

Scale is a key factor shaping the information and communications technology you need. Current size and future growth plans form the blueprint for IT strategy, and technical and commercial flexibility needs to be fundamental to your ICT resources and technology.

With offices across the UK, we deliver managed services to organisations from SME to mid-sized enterprises.

Your people.

People are shaping the way your organisation works and communicates. Whether it's your customers wanting to buy online and contact you through Facebook, or your employees wanting to work from home or bring their Androids, iPhones and iPads onto your network - it's people that are driving this evolution.

As people become the driving force behind technology, process, governance and support become more complex. A close relationship between HR and IT is vital so that risk, responsibility and support are clearly defined and managed both at a technology level and through the terms and conditions of employment managed by HR.

With an already tech-savvy workforce, and Generation Y forming the majority of the UK workforce in the coming years, the move to unified communications and collaboration is seeing inclusion of all communications channels including social media.