Advanced Mobile Communications awarded Direct Partner status by EE

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Advanced Mobile Communications (Advanced), the mobile branch of Advanced Computer Software Group plc, has been awarded Direct Partner status by EE, the first operator to offer superfast 4G mobile in the UK.

EE selected Advanced for the highest level of partner status in recognition of strong sales performance, alongside its expertise in EE's 4G product suite. Advanced has secured more than 35,000 EE customer connections to date, with customers including Carewatch Care Services, Bluebird Care and Medway Community Healthcare.

Chris Griffin, Sales Director, Advanced Mobile Communications, says: "We are very pleased to have been awarded Direct Partner status by EE. Customer demand for 4G from EE has eclipsed our expectations and is growing exponentially. We are proud to have enabled many of our clients in the commercial, public and charity sectors to benefit from this technology.

"Direct Partner status provides us with access to additional EE training resources which will further our expertise in EE's product suite. This is knowledge that our teams will utilise in order to map solutions to our clients' exact needs and ensure that these reduce corporate telephony expenditure and optimise productivity and efficiency."

Established in 2011, Advanced Mobile Communications is one of the UK's fastest growing mobilisation specialists, providing organisations with a 'one-stop-shop' for application, airtime and mobile device packages. Advanced tailors mobile packages specifically to customer needs and has helped many of its clients reduce their corporate telephony expenditure by over 25%.

Advanced Mobile Communications was originally established by parent group Advanced Computer Software plc to provide airtime and handheld devices, alongside mobile healthcare applications, iConnect and iNurse. The company has since expanded and now supplies many of the group's private and charity sector customers.

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