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VIVA signs major accord with CSG

Bahrain Business
Tue, 03 May 2016

Manama: VIVA Bahrain has announced a partnership agreement with enterprise mobility solutions provider CSG to create an enterprise communication platform.

Primarily, this platform will provide enterprise voice and messaging services with the ability to share files between registered employees.

CSG’s application suite forms the foundation for the new platform that will be offered to serve companies in Bahrain.

The VIVA Communicator application allows users to send text messages, pictures, videos and file attachments in an enterprise controlled manner between smartphones and tablets.

The app also provides closed Voice over IP (VoIP) calls and allows users to create closed contact groups for ad-hoc conference calls.

With Enterprise features such as an interface to standard office phone systems (PBXs), voice mail, conference calling and calling the public phone network, the app ensures that company confidential information remains protected.

“Enterprises are constantly seeking to manage the risks associated with unsupported, free apps running on their network,” VIVA Bahrain chief wholesale and enterprise officer Saad Odeh said.

“By partnering with CSG we are able to introduce, for our enterprise customers, a communications app that allows them to address the risks associated with widespread and increased use of consumer messaging apps for sensitive voice communications and text messages.

“The VIVA Communicator App will enable enterprises to have their communications running through a controlled communications platform.”

The app will be available on Android, iOS and Windows Phone mobile operating systems while it will work across cellular, Wi-Fi and satellite networks.