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Product Bulletin: What’s new in MiVoice Business 8.0?

We are delighted to announce availability of MiVoice Business Software Release 8.0 with a host of new features and product enhancements.

MiVoice Business Release 8.0 software has broad appeal to a range of customers and markets and is available for all installed base customers with active Software Assurance and Support coverage who have platforms that meet the minimum requirements. As well as serving the broader market.

MiVoice Business Release 8.0

This release provides significant new content for a range of customers.

Support for the next generation 6900 IP desktop devices and accessories.

Improved centralised deployments with greater flexibility on services provided by a single instance of software:
-Variable Night Service scheduling for groups or other directory numbers
-Multiple music on hold sources to allow flexibility across groups of users and  different locations which may be served off a centralised instance
-Expansion of route lists to simplify programming

Customer requested feature enhancements including:
-Preview on call pickup – to see who is calling before choosing to take a call
-Enhanced Manager-Assistant solution – to simplify life for support staff
-Name display in more call scenarios. – shifting to a more user friendly view to help improve call handling
-Simplified directory and full UTF8 support
-“Call” softprompt for markets where the numbering plan has variable number lengths

Continue to improve solution Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
-Single Line SIP Licenses – to facilitate lower cost, simple telephony requirements such as the Lobby phone in a hotel
-Programming simplification and improved help capabilities
-Continued Security Enhancements

Product Overview / Features & Benefits / Description

Flexible Day/Night Service
Historically the MiVoice Business Software has supported a single definition of Night Service system wide so all groups would switch over at the same time. This is not always convenient as groups can operate during different business hours and so we have made changes allowing us to treat groups of users (and other directory numbers) on a single instance of software differently for day and night service routing, for example :

Group A
Monday to Friday open from 08:00 to 18:00
Every Wednesday from 08:00 to 08:30 there is a team meeting and they want to route calls elsewhere
Sat & Sun open from 10:00 until 16:00
Holiday open from 12:00 to 14:00

Group B
Monday to Friday open from 09:00 to 17:00
Sat & Sun open from 10 until 16:00
Holiday – closed

To enable this capability the system administrator simply needs to create Business Schedule (and you can have up to 100 schedules across the cluster) based on normal scheduling capabilities (Day of week, Holiday, based on 15 minute time intervals) and then apply the Business Schedule to any directory number in the call rerouting form (typically groups but ultimately any directory number).  Once set up the schedule will ensure that the different business modes (akin to Day/Night1 and Night 2) are applied as required. Up to 10 changes can occur per day per schedule for added flexibility.

Flexible Music On Hold (MOH)
To give greater flexibility Prior to release 8.0 each instance of MiVB had a single music source. Historically music sources could be assigned at a controller level, to ACD paths or to legacy tenant concept.

With this release independent MOH sources can be assigned using Zone number or Call Coverage Index. The zone number is analogous to location. So all users in a given location could be provided a distinct music source. Within that a Call coverage index could be provided to individual Directory Numbers. With this a given calls being answered from a given Ring Group (as opposed to legacy
hunt Group) could be provided music independent of the Controller, Zone or User that is placing the  call on hold.

Preview on Call Pickup
As requested by customers in a number of markets, we are improving the information provided to users who are picking up calls in a pick up group to help provide better customer service. A new COS option will allow you to preview
• the calling party name and/or number, and (if the set’s display area allows it)
• the called group member’s name and/or number.
From the Preview mode, you can then proceed as follows:
• complete the pickup – using the feature access key or a softkey; or
• ignore the call – the system will exit the Preview mode after the ‘Display Caller ID on Multicall/Keylines Timer’ expires; or
• cancel the pickup – pressing the hard Cancel key or a softkey.
This preview capability applies to the 5300 and 6900 IP Phones (MiNET)

Enhanced Call Screening
This is an enhancement for Manager/Assistant working that allows an assistant a more flexible solution to offer call screening for a manager but with a simple ability to route the call through to the manager if necessary. This screening can be easily enabled/disabled either by:
• The manager who would enable Do Not Disturb at their phone, or more likely,
• The assistant, who can enable this directly from their desk, (either a long key press on the manager’s DSS/BLF key or, if the multicall appearance is on a PKM, using Superkey and the DSS/BLF key)
Once enabled
• the manager’s device is placed in DND
• The manager’s calls are routed to the assistant(s) phone (on the DSS/BLF or multicall line appearance)
• Any assistant monitoring the managers can either pick up the call or route it back to the manager’s device using the DSS/BLF key. The routed call overrides the DND and rings the manager’s prime line.

Call handling improvements for improved usability
Increasingly people expect to have name information provided as calls get directed to them rather than extension number so this release ensures that name takes precedence in scenarios such as call forwarding and redial. This is managed through a COS option – comparing before and after, when receiving a forwarded call the display indication 
Was: Forwarded from: 6516
Is Now: Forwarded from: Sarah Morgan
The onboard directory within MiVoice Business can become cluttered with entries making it difficult for people to know exactly which number to contact someone on. Now within the ESM interface you can define whether a number should appear in the directory to help make the search easier to use.

Lastly, in some markets, the numbering plans are non uniform and have numbers which are different lengths. This can cause some delay in dialing as the system is “waiting” to for the interdigit timer to expire before sending the number out. From 8.0 we have implemented a “call” soft prompt – this means that the user can enter the number and hit the call key and the system will dial immediately – making the user experience somewhat similar to a calling from a mobile device.

SIP Single Line set
In some environments, such as a hotel lobby or a manufacturing floor, a feature rich device with advanced call control capabilities is not required. In the past this sort of device may have been served by a simple analog telephone. As people are increasingly looking to deploy all IP environments Mitel has addressed the need for a cost effective solution by allowing generic SIP devices to connect to MiVoice Business using the “old Analog license”. This license has been renamed to be a “Single Line set” license and now allows either an analog extension or generic single line SIP set device to be enabled on the system. The device connecting using this license has fairly limited capabilities (make and take a call) and can access some features through feature access codes – it does not allow access to advanced capabilities like hot desking, multi device users etc – where these capabilities are required, the regular licenses should be used.

Administration improvements
The Embedded System Admin help now provides a more task oriented approach to programming the system and provides links to relevant programming forms and information. This is designed to help administrators get the most from their system.

ARS Route Lists have been expanded from 6 to 20 to facilitate programming up networks of nodes. 

Security logs (such as failed log in attempts) can now be exported in SysLog format to allow admins to leverage other tools they are familiar with to review activity on the system.

Release 8.0 now provides specific device types for the Mitel SIP DECT devices (models 612, 622, 632, and 650) to the Multiline IP Sets and User and Device Configuration – making inventory management easier.

Call reroute information has been added in the USC form to help provide all relevant information in one place.

A number of security related updates have also been included in this release.

MiVoice Business Embedded Messaging (EMEM)
EMEM Day/Night Greeting Support for Menu VM Box Nodes
As it exists today, EMEM Auto Attendant supports a separate Day/Night greeting based on the configuration in VM Business Hours form. Similar support is required for Menu node mailboxes in EMEM.
For menu node mailboxes, main greeting shall be considered as “Day/Business Open” greeting and a new “Night/Business Close” greeting shall be added.
Depending upon the MCD day/night mode or the business hours set in “VM Business Hours” form, day/night greeting shall be played.

Audio files update for EMEM VM mailbox names
Enable mailbox names to be uploaded as pre-recorded files using “system audio files update” form.
The length of VM password/passcode configurable via ESM
The length of VM password/passcode is now configurable via ESM (previously it was only supported through the EMEM Admin TUI. Additionally the maximum passcode length has been increased from 6 to 8.

MiVoice Business Console 8.0
Microsoft Windows 10
Support for Microsoft Windows 10.
The MiVB Console can be installed on any Windows 10 device.

Headset Answer/Release Support
Operators can use the Answer/Release buttons on Jabra™ and Plantronics™ headsets to handle calls. Operators using wireless headsets can now answer a call while away from their desk, and speak to the caller while walking back to the console position to complete call handling.
Operators can answer and release calls using the buttons on Jabra and Plantronics headsets. Other controls such as volume or mute are NOT supported.

There are different limitations for Jabra and Plantronics headsets:
Jabra headsets
Wired and wireless headsets. Bluetooth headsets are NOT supported.
Two Jabra headsets may be used at the same time but they must be different models.
Plantronics headsets
Wired and wireless, including Bluetooth headsets One Plantronics headset may be used. If a second headset is required at the same time, a Jabra headset may be used. 

Warning: For some wireless devices there can be a slight delay between the user pressing the “talk” button and the console processing the event. Operators not accustomed to this delay may press the button again, resulting in “release” of the call.

MiVoice Business Phonebook Directory Support
Phone Book enhancements allow the administrator to exclude non-dialable telephone directory entries such as a user’s 2nd line from the console’s Phone Book. The console now displays longer user names, longer department and location strings, email addresses, and primary phone service indications.
User messaging and Calendar Integration features no longer require ADF as a prerequisite. As a result, Operators on non-ADF systems can email users with a right click on the phonebook entry. ADF remains a prerequisite for MiCollab Service Federation with third-party servers.

Master Profile (delivered in MiVoice Business Console 8.0 Service Pack 1)
Master profile reduces the time required for installation of new consoles, especially in multiconsole environments. It also allows the Administrator to standardize console settings so that all Console stations have consistent behavior.
This feature allows the administrator to configure a single console and save the settings that are common to all operators as a master profile. The master profile is then automatically imported to each new console that is selected to use the master profile. 

All consoles must be on the same release of console application s/w Master profile file may be kept anywhere in the network, including on one of the Console PC Master profile is loaded upon startup by each console position. If the path to network location is not available at start up, the console will start with the most
recent profile that was used (and is stored locally). 

BLF All List
With MVB Console 8.0, a BLF All list ( ) is automatically generated and contains the list of all the phone lines that are being monitored by the MiVoice Business Console. Any other BLF lists that may have been created before in a system will remain.

Missed Calls Integration into Call History
Missed calls are now included in Call History. Each attendant will see calls missed by his/her console.

My Queued Calls 
My Queued Calls, within the Queued Calls area, provides a comprehensive view of all the current calls in the console, that is, the Incoming, Held, Transferred, and the Parked calls.

Emergency Notification on Headset/Handset device
In addition to playing an emergency ring tone on the console ringer, the console will now play an emergency notification tone on a headset/handset device if the option to hear ringing on a headset/handset device is enabled.

Configurable MAC Address
The administrator now has an option within the configuration wizard to assign a unique MAC address that has been provided by Oria to the console instead of using the default PC MAC address.

MiVoice Border Gateway Secure Connection
This new option controls whether the console connects to the MiCollab Client Server using a direct connection or a secure connection through the MiVoice Border Gateway.

A new section called “What’s New in Release 8.0?” has been added to the on-line help files so that readers can easily learn about new features.
The MiVoice Console Help has been divided into two separate files to address the needs of different readers.
MiVoice Business Console Operator Help
MiVoice Business Console Administrator Help.

Configuration Information
For installed base customers using the CX(i I or MXe II controllers, who wish to upgrade to MiVoice Business Release 8.0 and who wish to add the new 6900 sets running in an encrypted mode (SRTO) 4Sight advises that the minimum hardware that should be used is the CX(I) II controllers or the MXe III Controllers. Earlier versions of hardware may incur performance related issues and as such are not supported in this scenario (note that if a customer has the older controller and just wishes to upgrade to Release 8.0 but not run the new sets then no hardware change is required).

MiVoice Business 8.0 no longer supports the following:
• 5230 Phone
• 5235 Phone
• MXe Server
• Stratus deployments (stratus under vmware is supported)
• MiTAI client 

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To find out more about MiVoice Business click here. If you are interested in MiVoice Business Version 8 upgrades, please call us on +44 (0)20 3668 0444 or email 


Mitel Reaches 1 Million Cloud Subscribers via Service Providers in Europe

European Customers Demand for Cloud-Based Communications and Collaboration Solutions Increases

Mitel has achieved another major milestone, reaching 1 million European subscribers for its service provider cloud solutions. This news reinforces the company’s position as a global market leader in cloud-based business communications and comes just after the announcement that Mitel now holds the #2 Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) market share position worldwide.

Mitel says it is experiencing rapid growth in cloud communications services, as businesses look to take advantage of the flexibility, scalability and advanced applications now available in the cloud.

Organisations across Europe are increasingly aware of the potential cloud-based communications and collaboration offer for ensuring scalability and future-proofing businesses,” said Jeremy Butt, Mitel Senior Vice President of EMEA. “Mitel is playing a crucial role in accelerating the move to the cloud and service providers are a key delivery channel for us. I’d like to congratulate SolunoBC for reaching 100,000 cloud users in the Swedish market.”

With a complete portfolio of public, hybrid and private cloud solutions, Mitel helps customers move to the cloud at their own pace and on their own terms while taking advantage of the most advanced communications and collaboration features. Mitel had more than 3.8 million total cloud users at the end of its last reported quarter.

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MiContact Center Business Release 9.0 for the MiVoice Business Platform

MiContact Center Business Release 9.0 for the MiVoice Business Platform Overview

MiContact Center Business Release 9.0 is a global release designed for customers on the MiVoice Business platform looking to take advantage of next-generation omnichannel customer experience capabilities, extend third-party interoperability with open media and REST API capabilities, and provide new levels of application and server availability with new high availability, disaster recovery, and business continuity options provided through partnership with Neverfail, a leading provider of active/passive availability solutions.

Release 9.0 also builds on the momentum of Release 7.x and 8.x to further enhance the Web Ignite interface, which is now the go-forward agent application for all voice and digital media handling.

Key highlights of the Mitel MiVoice Business Release 9.0 are:


MiContact Center Business Release 9.0 aims to provide a more holistic, personalised view of the customer experience by providing agents with information around the omnichannel customer journey, and the supplemental data required to solve the customers problem quickly and easily the first time. MiContact Center Business’ omnichannel solution links customer contacts across all voice, digital media, and open media interactions to provide a unified view of all interactions from the Web Ignite interface. This leverages pre-existing IVR and multimedia capabilities, data collected from workflows, and the Elasticsearch repository that serves as a database for multimedia transcripts

Release 9.0 omnichannel also provides a new Contact List option to Mitel customers that allows the system to store a customer’s name, email address, phone number (and optionally extension), and mobile phone number. The Contact List can be built dynamically using collected data from voice and multimedia workflows, or integrations with third-party CRM systems.

Omnichannel also introduces light-weight, CRM-like case management capabilities to MiContact Center Business customers. Agents can also now add notes to a case and dynamically add follow up reminders on cases. Reminders can also be sent to other agents for follow up. For example, if an agent is aware the case needs follow up the next day, but they are not working, they can easily pass along the case follow up reminder to another agent. Optionally, Supervisors also have visibility into cases that are open and pending follow up and can dynamically reassign to other agents in the event an agent is out of the office or unavailable.

Case and omnichannel reporting in Release 9.0 is done within Web Ignite. Supervisors and agents have access to any of the cases for the queues they are configured to manage and can quickly identify the status, notes, and history for these items.

Web Ignite Enhancements:

Release 9.0 completes the migration from the legacy desktop Ignite application to the next-generation Web Ignite agent interface. MiContact Center Business’ Web Ignite client extends the reach of the agent application beyond the previous Microsoft operating system limitation to support customers on a variety of Web browsers, specifically Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Safari.

The Release 9.0 Web Ignite client has been enhanced to support the following features and functionality previously only available in desktop Ignite:

  • Supervised transfers
  • Conference
  • Blind transfer to voicemail
  • Request help
  • Agent greetings
  • Inbox grid detailed view

In addition to the desktop Ignite feature parity improvements, Release 9.0 also introduces the following exciting new features to Web Ignite:

  • Tabbed, embedded URL screen pop – pass URL-based Web content directly to agents using Web Ignite andoptionally IFrame or pop out content directly from the agent interface.
  • Advanced search – by case record, state of the case, media, date/range, subject, from address, queue,employee, time in state, and standardized search operators.
  • Response templates – add custom variables to reply templates based on workflow collected data and createpersonalized reply templates from Web Ignite’s Tools tab.
  • Outbound Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) – leveraging YourSite Explorer’s DNIS configuration,agents now have the option to specify the outbound CLIP they would like to display to the caller when makingoutbound calls. Optionally, this can be automated by leveraging a new Dialling Caller Number option on the MakeCall activity, which will automatically update the outbound number presented to callers when a callback is made.

The Release 9.0 Web client also includes a new URL monitor in the real-time dashboard that allows agents and supervisors to embed any third-party Web content directly within the Web Ignite Dashboard display.

Open Media

Open media routing is a feature originally built for MiContact Center Enterprise that MiContact Center Business has introduced into the product. Open media allows any non-traditional, third-party media, such as video or IoT alarms, to leverage MiContact Center Business’ visual workflow routing interface to route third-party media using an API (target URI) and deliver to agents.

MiContact Center Business’ open media feature is a use case-based capability, designed to power next-generation contact center capabilities. To date, several prime use cases have been identified for open media and MiContact Center Business’ REST APIs, including:

  • CRM task routing
  • Routing third-party IoT device notifications
  • WebRTC video integration (via Mitel technology partners Vidyo and Talkative)
  • Social media integrations

Web Chat Enhancements

In Release 9.0, MiContact Center Business’ customer-facing Web chat has been updated to support a maximum of 500 concurrent Web chats (both in queue and being handled by agents). Mitel have also added two new configuration options to control the number of concurrent chats in the system, which can be set in the global application settings editor.

High Availability

MiContact Center Business Release 9.0 introduces a new application level High Availability solution, delivered via partnership with Neverfail, that can replicate and provide high availability for the MiContact Center Business server, a standalone Call Accounting/Business Reporter Server, Remote Servers, and optionally SQL Server. All quoting, ordering, services, and support are available directly through Mitel and Mitel’s partner facing tools, with optional services and Tier 3 support being provided by Neverfail as required.

The high availability solution provided in Release 9.0 is an active/passive solution intended to provide:

  • 4x9s of uptime (99.99%) and availability for digital channels and for voice channels when MiVoice Business is not impacted.
  • 5x9s of uptime (99.999%) and availability for voice when used in conjunction with the MiVoice Business resiliency solution.

For more information about MiContact Centre Business Release 9.0 call us on (0)20 3668 0444 or email

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Customer Announcement: New Customer Support Portal Coming Soon

Heads-Up: New Customer Support Portal Coming Soon

As part of our continuous effort to provide you with the best possible service, 4Sight Communications are pleased to announce that we will be implementing a new and improved service management platform and customer support portal.

Expanding on the capabilities of the current platform, the new portal will improve the service we offer to our clients by increasing transparency, access to information and better management tools.

Our new support portal will be available very soon, until then, you can continue to use our current support platform as normal. More details on the launch will be released in due course so please keep an eye out for further updates from us.

If you have any questions and queries regarding our new support platform, please drop us a line at

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How Professional Services Organisations can Benefit from SIP?

The professional services sector is highly competitive and no organisation can afford to stand still. This not only means adapting and developing your business processes, but also the technology that underpins them.

If your organisation is still using ISDN, it could be stifling innovation and reducing your efficiency and competitiveness. SIP can offer businesses many benefits over traditional ISDN. These include:

Speed of deployment:

It can take multiple weeks for new ISDN lines to be ordered and then installed, whereas the lead times for provisioning of a SIP trunking solution can be significantly lower. Once SIP is in place, additional trunks can also be added much more quickly in order to meet increased demand at peak times.


Numbers provided with ISDN are, in the main, geographically defined – unless you pay extra for non geographic numbers. With SIP trunking, you can choose to use the same geographic number, regardless of a site’s location. This is useful for businesses that relocate or those that have multiple sites.


With SIP trunking, your phone system can grow as your organisation grows. It’s easy to increase the number of lines you require and simple to extend your company phone system to new offices.


Many businesses have peaks and troughs when it comes to demand for telecoms capacity. A sales or marketing campaign, or even the time of the year, can see demand greatly increase. ISDN is not always the most flexible or cost-effective option to deal with this type of demand. Even if you can increase the number of ISDN lines to meet the demand, you are left paying for unused channels when demand falls. SIP trunking enables organisations to add more lines as and when they need them, and remove them when call volumes fall. With SIP trunking, you pay for what you use; not for what you rent.

Resilience and Reliability

What would happen if your telecoms system failed, or there was a disaster at one of your sites? The nature of ISDN means that it is vulnerable to a single point of failure – if ISDN lines go down at one site, implementing call forwarding can take hours and can be a costly option. It’s easy to see how this would gravely affect your organisation’s ability to function. Customers, suppliers and contacts would be unable to reach you, leading to frustration at the very least. Reputational damage could be high and the cost to your organisation in lost productivity can be even higher, particularly

if fee-earners are left unable to work. SIP trunking can be provisioned to offer automatic call rerouting to other sites and over additional lines, without call forwarding costs, should disaster strike. With SIP trunking, you can have a robust disaster recovery plan in place as part of your standard service.

High quality

SIP can deliver enterprise-grade voice services over your data connectivity, either a suitable existing connection or alternative provision. With both services delivered through a single connection, your organisation can benefit from additional cost savings.

This combination of benefits means that your organisation is able to elevate the level of customer service you offer, gaining a competitive advantage over rivals still using ISDN and enhancing your reputation.


Mitel Achieves #2 UCaaS Market Share Position Worldwide

Mitel announced today that is has been named the #2 unified communications as a service (UCaaS) provider worldwide. According to the latest data from Synergy Research Group, Mitel is now within one percentage point of #1 market share position based on subscribers.

This news is another foremost milestone in organisation’s emergence as a global UCaaS company. In the third quarter of 2017, Mitel also reached the one million subscriber mark for worldwide cloud subscribers.

In today’s cloud-driven world, offering communications on an as-a-service basis has never been more important or relevant,” said Mitel CEO Rich McBee. ” Mitel’s emergence as a UCaaS market leader, accelerated by the acquisition of ShoreTel and its UCaaS solution, was perfectly timed with the market’s growth and migration to the cloud-based technologies driving customers’ digital transformations. This recognition is an extraordinary way to close a transformational year for Mitel.”

Mitel provides organisations of all sizes with cloud communications solutions combined with productivity and team collaboration applications, enabling businesses to work more effectively and better serve their customers. This recognition from Synergy further validates Mitel’s global transition and execution to a cloud-based business strategy for its customers.

Mitel has set a high bar for growth these past few years quickly cracking the million-customer mark,” said Jeremy Duke, founder and chief analyst of Synergy Research Group. “The UCaaS market is moving at an accelerated pace. We continue to see cloud growth and innovation driven across the industry as leaders, such as Mitel, continue to help customers digitally transform their organizations and operations.”


The Role of Machine-to-People Interactions in Transforming Customer Experience

New research from Mitel uncovers that a vast majority of IT decision-makers see machine-to-people interactions as critical step in delivering exceptional customer service.

80% of UK IT decision makers think machine-to-people interactions will have a positive impact on customer experience. More than 75% have a projected timeline to allow machines to interact with their customers  in two years or less. A further 40% believe improving customer experience will increase their revenue.

Customer experience is an active, strategic discussion across industries as organisations look to leverage new technologies associated with the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, and machine learning,” said Gary Gould, Marketing Director UKI, Mitel.

Giving machines a voice in machine-to-people interactions can be a powerful differentiator as the relationship between businesses and consumers shifts from transactional to more experiential, and customer experience becomes just as important as the product or service a company provides.”

Yet companies in the UK are behind other nations in embracing technology to provide exceptional customer service. 56% of UK respondents reported having made over 50% progress in improving customer experience as part of their digital transformation initiatives. Business and IT misalignment were identified as main obstacle to using digital transformation to advance customer experience. Legacy infrastructure and systems were named as the second most common barrier demonstrating the need to modernise existing infrastructure.

Every day, new types of digital communication are being launched – from social networks to bots to augmented reality – and consumers are adopting them in their daily lives. The days when a great customer experience was based solely on face-to-face or voice-to-voice interactions are long gone,” said Kate Jalie, Partner, Opinium Research. “Now, exceptional customer service is multi-channel, bringing together voice, video, mobile and online in a seamless and highly personalised experience. Businesses that successfully implement new technologies for transforming the customer experience today, will be tomorrow’s winners.

You can download the full report here. 

Interested in transforming your customer experience from dated to digital?

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year from the entire crew at 4Sight Communications!

The team at 4Sight would like to wish all our customers, partners and colleagues a fantastic Christmas and Happy New Year. It has been an honour and a pleasure to work with you this year. Thank you for your continued support and partnership. We look forward to working with you in the years to come.

Please note our Christmas opening hours:

Friday, 22nd December 9:00 am - 18:00 pm
Saturday, 23rd December office closed
Sunday, 24th December office closed
Monday, 25th December office closed
Tuesday, 26th December office closed
Wednesday, 27th December 9:00 am -18:00 pm
Thursday, 28th December 9:00 am -18:00 pm
Friday, 29th December 9:00 am -18:00 pm
Saturday, 30th December office closed
Sunday, 31st December office closed
Monday, 1st January office closed
Tuesday, 2nd January 9:00 am - 18:00 pm

**Customers with our 24/7 support contracts requiring assistance during this period, please note that it is business as usual for all SLA measured requests.**

Once again a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

The Team at 4Sight Communications


4Sight Opens New Head Office in Sutton

We are very pleased to announce that we have just moved to our new office in Sutton. Our new address is: 7th Floor, Chancery House, St Nicholas Way, Sutton SM1 1JB.

4Sight continues to grow and as a natural step of that growth we needed more space. Our new office is significantly larger, and it gives our employees a greatly improved working environment, as well as room for continued expansion. We chose Sutton for its excellent accessibility for clients and staff by road, rail and air. Although we’re still working on getting settled in and adding artwork to the walls, we couldn’t be more excited to be in our new space. 

It has been an incredible five years for 4Sight, we’ve grown a lot as a company, developed relationships with many loyal clients across the UK and internationally, and added to our in-house team of business communications professionals and engineers. Our old office served us well and we made great memories there, we look at this new location as the start of another chapter in our history. 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients and partners for their continued support and for the confidence that they have placed in us. We are confident that the new office will help us to serve you even better and we look forward to welcoming you at the new premises in the future.

**Please note that all other contact information including telephones, e-mails and web address remain unchanged.** 


4Sight Communications is on the move

4Sight Communications is relocating to new Sutton offices! 

We are excited to announce that due to the growth of our company, 4Sight Communications is moving to new business premises. Effective Monday, December 4th 2017 we will begin operations at our new office. Please make a note of our new address below: 

7th Floor, Chancery House,
St Nicholas Way, Sutton SM1 1JB

All other contact information including telephones, e-mails and web address remain unchanged.  Our support will run as usual and will not be affected by the move. 

Should you have any questions on the relocation, please feel free to contact us on:

General Enquiries:
Phone: +44 (0)20 3668 0444

Customer Support:
Phone: +44 (0)20 3668 0434

We look forward to welcoming our customers, business partners and colleagues in our new location soon.