BMO inks big VoIP deal

BMO Financial Group recently made a major commitment to ‘Voice over Internet Protocol’, signing a four-year, $84-million contract for the technology.

Implemented by Bell Canada, the integrated network will convert approximately 1100 branches to IP VPN (Virtual Private Network) across the country. With this agreement, BMO Financial Group expects to receive improved network reliability, scalability and greater cost efficiencies.

“BMO is committed to delivering an exceptional client experience by building long-term, meaningful relationships with our customers. To do this, we continue to invest in our infrastructure to ensure we have the best systems to develop new and innovative financial applications and services,” said Nimish Patel, Vice-President, Network Services, BMO Financial Group.

“This new technology will also contribute to our productivity goals by providing enhanced functionality to our employees, which will help them serve customers even better.”

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