Sesui, Announced as Finalist in the Oxfordshire Business Awards

Cloud-based telephony innovator, Sesui Limited, is proud to announce it is a finalist in the Oxfordshire Business Awards 2017, following on from its success in the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation. The awards have recognised, rewarded and promoted excellence amongst Oxfordshire-based organisations for 23 years. This year, Sesui is one of only three finalists in the Oxford Science Park Innovation category, which is looking to reward the development and/or introduction of an innovative product, process, service or business method.

Sesui works with its clients to transform the telephone from office commodity to an invaluable business tool with resilient, scalable, flexible and functional telephony solutions. Owned and developed in-house, its i-Platform underpins all Sesui products and services. It can be overlaid onto any type or combination of telephony infrastructures including digital, IP or analogue, allowing clients to maximise their existing infrastructure and investment.

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The i-Platform has enabled Sesui to develop robust and agile virtual contact centre solutions, allowing for the design and deployment of new functionality simply and easily, and the day-to-day management and monitoring of customer activity. It is for its innovation in the development of the i-Platform that Sesui has been shortlisted in the Oxford Science Park Innovation Award. In 2016, the i-Platform was also recognised in the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation. Sesui also won the ‘Most Pioneering Cloud-Based Contact Centre & CV Innovation Award’ for the Sesui i-APP within the Technology Innovator Awards.

Lee Bryant, Managing Director, Sesui, comments: Cloud telephony is increasingly on the rise as companies of all sizes recognise the efficiency and productivity gains it enables. However, for Sesui, it’s also about providing companies with a new lens on business performance, unlocking real-world insight into customer and workforce behaviours that organisations have not previously been able to see. This is why we are so proud of the recognition we have received from the business and telecommunications industries, and look forward to the results of another successful entry.”

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