STL Awarded Samsung Platinum Accreditation

STL Communications have become one of just a handful of European partners to be awarded Platinum Partner status by Samsung.

STL supply voice and data communication services for Local Government, the NHS and UK businesses and the Platinum award is in recognition of the company’s sales achievements and investment in staff training.

‘We are delighted to receive this award from Samsung and it is recognition for the hard work and dedication of all our staff,’ said Brendon Cross, Managing Director of STL, who went on to say, ‘Samsung have some excellent intuitive products for small and large businesses and this has been reflected in our sales of Samsung equipment which have doubled so far in 2007.’

The Platinum award was presented to STL at the Silverstone premises of the new Force India F1 team who have deployed Samsung technology from STL to support the team’s UK based and travelling staff for the 2008 season. Head of IT for the team, Adrian Collinson, was very positive about STL and Samsung, ‘the Samsung OfficeServ 7400 is extremely flexible and reliable, which together with the excellent service and support from STL makes for a great package. We have a lot of remote workers who need to remain in contact with the factory wherever they are.’

Cross collected his accreditation plaque from Julian Barnes of Samsung who was keen to point out that the award is not just about increased sales, ‘STL have worked with Samsung for 11 years and over that time they have become extremely competent in commissioning and supporting our systems and solutions,’ said Barnes who added, ‘the business customers of today need their communications provider to partner them and that’s what STL do.’
It’s clearly a fantastic achievement for STL to be honoured in this way, so we gave Brendon Cross the last word. ‘STL provide progressive and innovative communications services to organisations the length and breadth of the country, and one focus for 2008 is to build on our strong organic growth with a strategic acquisition or two!’