The agreement involves providing services to Norway Post AS and its subsidiaries, including the logistics unit Bring.
Telenor will supply fixed and mobile telephony to around 10,000 employees in the Norway Post group. In addition, the SIM card from Telenor will also be added to Norway Post's package tracking system, Posten Online. This service provides data access to around 9,000 terminals in vehicles throughout the Nordics.
"Norway Post is dependent on future-oriented communication solutions if we are to provide our customers with good service at the same time as we make operations more efficient. The agreement with Telenor provides us with these opportunities in a cost-efficient manner," says Gro Bakstad, Group Director of Finance at Norway Post AS.
"Norway Post is a major and demanding customer. It is exactly this type of customer that pushes us forward in terms of developing effective communication and interaction solutions. We are very pleased that we get to keep working with Norway Post," says Abraham Foss, Head of Business Markets at Telenor.
Opportunities for development
Telenor has provided Norway Post with telephony and mobile data service for the past six years. This is the third time that Telenor has won the public tender from Norway Post.
"The framework agreement also includes a solution description for further development of the co-operation. A possible solution is Unified Communications, and we are working with Norway Post's operations partner, ErgoGroup, to come up with a solution together," says Abraham Foss.For further information please contact
Information Manager at Telenor, Kristin V. Tønnessen,
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