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Vodafone Group's Vodafone Global Enterprise Acquires Bluefish Communications

British telecom giant Vodafone Group plc (VOD,VOD.L) Thursday said its Vodafone Global Enterprise, which manages the communications needs of its largest multinational customers, is acquiring European IT and communications consultancy, Bluefish Communications Ltd.

The company stated that Bluefish will form the nucleus of a new Unified Communications and Collaboration practice within Vodafone Global Enterprise, which will focus on advising multinational companies on how to get the most from their mobile, fixed line and IT services, as well as offering guidance on the adoption of cloud services.

Unified Communications seeks to make fixed and mobile communications more efficient, optimise and reduce costs, and enable better collaboration between employees, business partners and clients. The acquisition will expand Bluefish's geographical reach as it becomes part of Vodafone Global Enterprise's global network.

by RTT Staff Writer

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