Cloud-based telephony innovator, Sesui, attends Queen’s Award for Enterprise royal reception
15th July 2016: Sesui, the cloud-based telephony and contact centre innovator, attended the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise Royal Reception held at Buckingham Palace on Thursday 14th July. Hosted by Her Majesty The Queen, the event marked a celebration of this year’s Award winners and their outstanding business achievements within the fields of Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development.
One of only three Oxford-based businesses to receive the Queen’s Award for Innovation, Sesui has been recognised on account of its proprietary i-Platform that underpins all its cloud-based telephony solutions. Intelligent and location-independent, the i-Platform is compatible with all and any existing client infrastructure, benefitting customers with significant cost savings and the flexibility to easily scale the solution and implement system changes.
Containing sophisticated and reliable call management functionality, including call routing, recording, messaging, queuing and real-time reporting on all call metrics, solutions can identify calling trends and deliver business insight for informed decision-making. The i-Platform is guaranteed to deliver even in the event of a disaster recovery incident, and provides flexible working solutions that enable employees to operate from any location.
Riki Samuel, Chairman and Founder, Sesui, attended the reception with Managing Director, Lee Bryant. Riki commented: “I’m incredibly humbled that Sesui has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Innovation has always been at the heart of the company – it has never been about simply developing technology but developing solutions – and for this to be rewarded and recognised royally is a proud moment that’s testament to the achievements of the entire team.”