For Immediate Release
Mobile Maestria & Strukture Solutions merge their Managed Mobility Services to create GINGER Telecom.
Montreal, Canada – March 22th , 2019 – In order to answer to Canadian corporations in search of a full service house when it comes to Managed Mobility Services (MMS) led Mobile Maestria and Strukture Solutions create a new player in the telecom industry called GINGER Telecom.
According to Steve Cohen, the appointed President of GINGER Telecom: ”Greater synergy will result from the creation of GINGER Telecom to provide high quality service level delivery when Canadian companies are seeking for assistance to properly manage their mobility program offered to their employees.”
It’s over 20 years of experience and technology expertise put in common to serve corporations here in Canada and the United States that GINGER Telecom will offer unique and tailored services to fulfill the need of corporate clients. ”We are extremely pleased to work together in building the next generation of services offered to corporations who have more difficulties finding and retaining resources to manage their telecom program’‘, says Normand Cyr, the Vice-President of Operations.
According to a recent study published by BDC, Canadian corporations will be facing a new challenge in their operations when active labor shortage is predicted to increase and affect them for at least the next decade. Outsourcing some activities such as the management of their telecommunication programs become an obvious path for some corporations. GINGER Telecom is well positioned to fulfill that need and play a significant role as a leader in the industry.
About GINGER Telecom
GINGER Telecom is the creation from merged Managed Mobility Services (MMS) activities from both Mobile Maestria and Strukture Solutions, and becomes a Canadian leader in providing services, technology and expertise to effectively manage complete lifecycle of telecommunication assets in enterprise. Based in Montreal (Canada) with more than 20 employees, GINGER Telecom is well position to fill the gap for corporations who are seeking for assistance and efficiency in managing their telecommunication programs.