3StarsNet, leading alternative VoIP operator in Belgium (full BIPT licensed and managing its own network infrastructure) on the market – via its number of reseller partners – becomes part of Sewan Group on 12 November 2019. The company offers high quality services (VoIP interconnect, ultra-fast Internet access, worldwide communications, etc.) and scalable solutions (IPbx, Cloud PBX) for medium and large companies. Today, Sewan is overturning the models of traditional operators and is experiencing very strong growth in Europe. With its 450 employees, created in 2007 and present in France, Spain, and Germany, Sewan has a turnover of more than 115 million euros. Sewan Belgium will offer a wide range of differentiating and 100% automated solutions for indirect sales. Explanations.
The operator 3StarsNet is becoming a must!
“Our ambition is to facilitate communications for companies in Belgium by relying on the development of our network of partners. The know-how and experience of our teams combined with Sewan’s distribution resources and model will make the difference in our market,” says Julien Kutter – CEO of 3StarsNet.
With more than 350 million minutes per year, 3StarsNet is already one of the biggest alternative providers of VoIP communication in Belgium to professionals. The company offers technological services such as VoIP interconnection, unified communication service solutions, call terminations around the world as well as the supply of broadband access links, notably via radio waves or optical fibres through its subsidiary Mac Telecom, thanks to their national network of 200 resellers.
Sewan’s place on the Belgian market…
Sewan is a 100% Cloud, user-oriented cloud operator and host. Created in 2007, Sewan has 450 employees and 750,000 end users. Sewan aims to simplify the use of communications services that are essential to businesses, via landline and mobile telephony, messaging, data, collaborative work, hosting and Cloud services. The company has a national network of more than 950 distribution partners, including operators, IT integrators, telephone installers and Internet service providers, to satisfy 55,000 businesses.
“We are going to bring a lot of reactivity and proximity to companies thanks to a strong network of white label distributors. They will be completely autonomous thanks to Sophia, Sewan’s 100% automated platform,” adds Alexis Degoriainoff, CEO of Sewan Group.
This merger will change the telecoms landscape in Belgium… To be continued!