Britvic replaces Blackberry with Windows Phones

Britvic using Windows Phone

Britvic Soft Drinks, whose brands include Tango, Pepsi and 7UP in the UK, has replaced Blackberry for the business smartphone for its employees with Nokia Lumia Windows Phones. Britvic is now halfway through a rollout of 800 Nokia Lumia 720 smartphones.

A key factor in Britvic’s switch to Lumia is the Windows Phone 8 platform and its easy synchronisation with the company’s existing Microsoft systems, including Microsoft Exchange email and Microsoft SharePoint, as well as enabling them to access and edit Microsoft Office documents even when they are out of the office.

‘We were looking for a business smartphone that could easily integrate with our existing Microsoft infrastructure,’ says John Armstrong, Head of IT Shared Services at Britvic. ‘Nokia Lumia and the Windows Phone fit the bill perfectly, allowing our people to do much more than just check their email and make calls. The training Nokia offered our staff has meant they were quickly up and running with the devices, and Windows Phone 8 gives a consistent interface which is simpler to support.’

Nokia Lumia also offers Here Drive turn-by-turn navigation to help Britvic’s sales teams find the best route to their next meeting, as well as Here Maps with LiveSight to identify other potential outlets in the neighbourhood where they are.

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