Flowscape has signed a five-year partner agreement with Ericsson in which Ericsson will include Flowscape technology in their smart building offering to telecom operators all over the world. The operators will act as resellers towards their enterprise clients making the offering reach thousands of enterprises globally.
Ericsson has been using Flowscape’s smart office solutions at the head office in Kista since September 2017. Now the company has chosen Flowscape to be an integrated part of their smart building concept, offering an ”off the shelf” solution to their 350 telecom operator clients worldwide. This will give operators an advanced ,IoT based, smart building solution for their enterprise clients making the offering reach thousands of enterprises globally.
The partner agreement has a duration of five years. The combined solution will be branded Ericsson Smart Buildings.
”We have chosen Flowscape because we find their system the most competitive on the market. Flowscape has shown the flexibility, competence and willingness to work closely together with us to ensure that we jointly can create a strong offering towards our global service provider client group”, says Jo Arne Lindstad, Global Director, Smart & Sustainable Cities at Ericsson.
The next step includes training the Ericsson global sales force with the aim to start selling the solution within a few weeks. It is estimated that the collaboration will start influencing Flowscapes turnover during 2019.
“This is a giant leap for Flowscape and a game changer. We are now able to reach a global market through Ericsson and their telecom operators’ sales forces and operational staff. It feels great to gain this trust from one of the world’s leading manufacturers of telecom equipment” says Peter Reigo, CEO at Flowscape.
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Peter Reigo, CEO at Flowscape, phone: +46709424687, e-mail: email@example.com
Flowscape is the modern office flowmakers. By offering state of the art technology, Flowscape reduces time wasting and increases interaction and productivity among colleagues. The main feature, the Flowmap, gives companies an overview of the office, enabling them to quickly find meeting rooms, desks, equipment and coworkers.
Flowscape has a strong client base with more than 100 clients of which more than 25 are multinational corporations. Partners include Atea, Ericsson, Cisco, Ricoh and Fujitsu. With offices in Stockholm, Karlskrona and London, the team of over 30 flowmakers is continuously growing. In the winter of 2018 Flowscape merged with Crowdsoft, a company which is listed on Aktietorget.