Enreach, the UCaaS and CCaaS company supported by the independent investment firm Waterland Private Equity, has rebranded Voiceworks and i4IP, two Dutch indirect cloud communications and IT startups, under one name – Enreach. The new branding strengthens Enreach’s market position in the Netherlands and across Europe, and marks a significant step forward in the group’s integration efforts.
Voiceworks and i4IP will continue to deliver future-proof, white label cloud communications and IT solutions under the Enreach brand. DSD, CloudLand and Eazit, all Dutch Enreach enterprises, are now labeled as “part of Enreach.” These name changes will serve to increase Enreach’s brand awareness and reputation in the Netherlands and throughout Europe, as well as aid in the integration of the companies.
The rebranding of Enreach provides their partners with benefits and prospects for scaling up and receiving support for prospective worldwide aspirations. Enreach’s large footprint in Europe makes it easier for its partners to grow globally or meet their objectives by facilitating their needs through one of their 25 locations throughout Europe.
The current distribution model will remain unchanged, with partners having a single point of contact for sales and servicing. Enreach partners will have simple access to best-in-class goods and services for their clients, thanks to the innovation developed by Enreach firms across Europe collaborating on innovative solutions and delivering them through a single, unified platform.
Terry Aurik, CEO of Enreach Netherlands, commented on the rebranding: “Today we celebrate the rebranding of Voiceworks and i4IP, symbolizing our integration within Enreach. It will enable us to make optimal use of the available resources and expertise across the group even faster, providing recently added services – such as chatbot technology and cloud contact centers – to our partners more efficiently.”
“The transition of Voiceworks and i4IP to Enreach ensures that we can continue to grow and innovate while being associated with this stronger, unified brand in The Netherlands. It is the end of a wonderful era for both companies, but also the start of a new, promising chapter,” said Stijn Nijhuis, CEO of Enreach.