Irish cloud, connectivity and security company, Viatel, has today announced a multi-year managed WAN deal with Rigney Dolphin and their sister company Relate Care.
Relate Care, with centers in Waterford and Cleveland OH provide consultancy, clinical services and outsourcing solutions. This year will see the company employ an additional 180 people both here in Ireland and the US bringing employee numbers to over 600.
Working with leading hospital groups across the US relate Care provides a unique mix of contact center expertise and most importantly clinical expertise in the design and delivery of telehealth and clinical programs in the US and Ireland.
The deal sees Viatel partnering with Rigney Dolphin and Relate Care as their primary communications partner. Viatel provide dedicated resilient connectivity and voice solutions to their expanding contact Centers in both Waterford and the US.
Rigney Dolphin & Relate Care selected Viatel as their trusted partner as we provide a fully managed, scalable and reliable solution that that offers significant cost savings and is supported 24/7/365 by our team on the ground in Dublin.
Commenting on behalf of Viatel, Damien McCann, Director of Sales and Marketing “It is fantastic to have Rigney Dolphin and Relate Care on board and help them succeed and grow their business with the support of Viatel’s technology solutions. We look forward to building on this relationship and working together in the future. Here in Viatel we live by the ethos that we are big enough to be credible and small enough to care”
Speaking on behalf of Rigney Dolphin: CEO, Dr Frank Dolphin said that partnering with Viatel has helped us improve our access. Viatel’s willingness to communicate openly and talk in plain language generates trust and builds confidence in future growth.
Viatel is the leading Irish independent company with complete solutions for your connectivity, cloud and security requirements. Our mission is to make these simple to use and make sure you rapidly get value from these capabilities.
Big enough to be credible, small enough to care