TBI launches upgraded website
TeleBermuda International has announced the launch of an updated logo and refreshed website.
The company said the new website, which can be found at www.telebermuda.com, marked the successful completion of its acquisition transition phase, and a new chapter in its evolution. Nearly 19 months ago, Bermudian companies East End Group and Celeritas Ltd partnered to purchase TBi.
TBi is a provider of high-quality voice, internet, and managed IT services, as well as the owner of the wireless internet service provider, Bluewave, the company said. The fresh look for TBi reflects its future direction as the parent company of a diverse group of fibre and wireless communications services providers, the company said.
Nick Faries, chief executive officer of TBi, said: “Since December 2018, the management and staff have worked hard to leverage the strategic alliance and synergies between TBi and Bluewave, Bermuda’s newest wireless ISP. We have built on each entity’s core competencies to solidify their positions as reliable providers of innovative products and services.”
He added: “We have invested millions into improving the network, operating infrastructure, new integrated billing system, and enhancing the customer experience for all TBi and Bluewave clients. The new website is the next step in our strategic plan to grow and diversify TBi into Bermuda’s most trusted telecommunications company.”
The website was created, the company said, to inform Bermuda and the world about its mission and vision for the future.
The East End Group is a diversified holding company with business interests spread among different lines of business. This strategic diversification spreads the company’s risk and helps the group to achieve economic benefits, the company said. Celeritas Ltd is a privately-held telecommunications investment company and a subsidiary of the Mayfair Group.
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