Motto Communications, DSD Business Internet and OZMO cloud communications to continue as Destiny from 1 January 2020
Zaventem, 6 December 2019 – Destiny, the Belgian provider of secure cloud communications solutions for innovative companies, has announced that the Dutch companies Motto Communications, DSD Business Internet and OZMO cloud communications, which it acquired earlier this year, will continue to trade from 1 January 2020 under the name of Destiny.
The integration and change of name is in line with Destiny’s ambitions to become a top 3 business services provider in the Netherlands - as a challenger. Destiny will become established in the Netherlands in Motto’s and OZMO’s previous offices, in Heerlen and Sint-Oedenrode respectively. DSD Business Internet will be integrated into the offices in Sint-Oedenrode.
One company, one brand name
Destiny, with a predicted turnover of 65 million euros in 2019, is the fastest-growing B2B cloud and telecom company in Belgium. In the Netherlands, its ambition is to become a fully-fledged alternative to RoutIT/KPN in the short term as a challenger in the market, with Destiny partners also being able to market their own solution under their own name. “With the integration of the three companies and the name change, Destiny is absolutely ready to offer a total solution for secure cloud communications to the Dutch market as one company, including connectivity, security, mobile and VOIP, “ says Daan De Wever, Destiny’s CEO. “Nothing will change for our customers and partners, except that from now on we will present a single face externally under a single brand name, which will be more efficient and clearer for everyone. The familiar customer-focused service provision that they are used to from us will still be guaranteed”.
Serving the entire partner channel
The acquisition of Motto, DSD and OZMO last year formed part of Destiny’s expansion of its position in the Dutch market, with the capability to serve the entire partner channel as a central focus. With Motto and FLUX, its cloud distribution platform, Destiny is aiming mainly at large White Label partners who need fast, real-time provisioning of cloud services. With the acquisition of DSD Business Internet it added connectivity via its own high-quality network. And with the acquisition of OZMO, Destiny is also in a position to serve the many thousands of small White Label partners and resellers with a simple, pre-defined solution and the necessary training and commercial support.
Destiny's ambitions are not at an end with this change of name, which is the final piece in the expansion of its activities in the Netherlands for the time being. “We are also seeking possible new acquisitions on the Dutch market, to further strengthen our position,” Daan De Wever continues. “And in addition, we hope that we will soon be taking our first concrete steps in the French market, where we want to expand Destiny in a similar way so as to develop into the virtual and independent European cloud telecom operator”.
Destiny, founded in 2008, is a provider of secure cloud communications solutions, focusing mainly on innovative enterprises. With more than 220 employees spread across Belgium and the Netherlands and a revised predicted annual turnover of 65 million euros in 2019, the telecom company has developed into the fastest-growing cloud and telecom player on the Belgian B2B market. Since then, growth has continued.
Using the Destiny cloud interaction platform, companies can communicate more efficiently with any device, from anywhere, thanks to the seamless blend of telecom and IT in the underlying architecture. As a result, Destiny offers highly flexible and scalable solutions which are a perfect match for the customer’s current needs and which can also be tailored to future needs.
Destiny’s proprietary network guarantees speed and advanced service for more than 13,000 business customers, including reputable companies such as Cevora, Democo, DPD, Ecover, Gabriëls, Interparking, Katoen Natie, McDonald’s, Officenter, Standaard Boekhandel, Würth and ZEB.
OZMO cloud communications specialises in cloud services for the business market. The company provides two cloud telephony solutions (Swyx & 3CX) and complements these with services such as webcare tools, video conferencing & visual telephone queuing. In addition, OZMO specialises in CRM links and works in combination with a strong partner channel.
Motto Communications provides an automated, scalable Cloud Business Enablement Platform for the B2B channel, named FLUX. It offers high-quality business partners a portal for simple and flexible bundling of real-time communication solutions from themselves and the premier carriers and suppliers in the communications industry. The platform supports the white labelling, ordering, provisioning, billing and management of integrated communications services.
DSD Business Internet, founded in 1997, is an internet service provider in the Dutch B2B market. As an independent operator, it always offers every SME the right, individually tailored solution. Thanks to a personal approach, availability 24/7 and a strong focus on customer orientation, the company has been a strong challenger in the Dutch telecom market for some years.