Enghouse Systems Acquires ProOpti AB

Acquisition of ProOpti AB expands Enghouse Interactive contact centre product portfolio

Enghouse Systems Limited have announced today (14th February 2019) that it has acquired ProOpti AB .

Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, ProOpti is a leading Nordic software provider in the Telecom Expense Management (“TEM”) and Technology Optimization Management (“TOM”) sectors.

Its solutions include the complete management of telecom expenses, mobile UC charges for voice, data and services, and IT enterprise asset management, usage and contract optimization.

The products are deployed in the cloud or on premise with some of the leading telecom service providers and organisations.

Steve Sadler, Chairman & CEO of Enghouse commented,

“ProOpti’s product suite is complementary with the Enghouse Interactive portfolio and extends our product offering. We are very pleased to welcome ProOpti’s customers and employees to the Enghouse Interactive organisation.”

Additional Information

ProOpti is a Technology Optimization Management software company that has been on the market for 25 years and was formally known as Teleopti TEM.

The company operates primarily in the Nordics through a network of partners with customer deployments.

For additional information on ProOpti visit their Website

Enghouse Interactive delivers technology and expertise to maximise the value of every customer interaction. The company develops a comprehensive portfolio of customer interaction management solutions. Core technologies include contact centre, attendant console, predictive outbound dialler, knowledge management, IVR and call recording solutions that support any telephony environment, on premise or in the cloud. Enghouse Interactive has thousands of customers worldwide, supported by a global network of partners and more than 800 dedicated staff across the company’s international operations.

For additional information on Enghouse Interactive visit their Website or view their Company Profile

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