Posted on: 10 November 2014 by Mark Howells
JetBlue Airways (JetBlue) has expanded its partnership with Verizon by entering a new five-year agreement which will see Verizon provide the airline with technology infrastructure including enterprise-class cloud, managed security and advanced communications and mobility networks.
“Our relationship with JetBlue further exemplifies how technology is transforming both aviation and air travel,” commented John Stratton, president of global enterprise and consumer wireline at Verizon. “We are delighted to play a role in JetBlue’s ambition to continue evolving the customer experience on the ground, in the air and on the go.”
“Our strategic collaboration with Verizon continues to be a major driver in supporting our targets for growth, innovation and leading the industry in delivering a customer experience that is specifically designed for today’s 21st century customer,” remarked Eash Sundaram, JetBlue’s executive VP and chief information officer. “Verizon’s reliable network coverage and cloud services combined with its leadership in cybersecurity and contact centre solutions are unmatched. We look forward to further developing our work with Verizon to help realise our vision of improving satisfaction everywhere that our customers are.”
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