Telecom provider Destiny has lost its tone. The Brussels company will henceforth be known as Dstny and thus seeks to establish a clear European identity.
Less is more , so the Belgian telecom provider Destiny is rejecting its vowels. Under the name Dstny, which you probably still pronounce as before, the organization wants to present a unified European front. The company has gone through several acquisitions since 2015. For example, the organization recently acquired Stuart , Ulysse , Fuzer and Escaux domestically , but also supported its French expansion with the acquisition of Alliantel and OpenIP . In the Netherlands, Dstny acquired OZMO Cloud Communications , DSD Business Internet and Motto Communications .
Unity and overview
The rebranding must bring unity to the offer. CEO Daan De Wever points out that his company is not a mishmash of companies and technologies. “We’ve built a clear reference architecture and conscious technology footprint,” he says. “We operationally brought teams of various qualities together and built up a strong commercial position in each country. Our go-to-market model, with various partners, service providers and our own direct sales channel, is comparable in all countries where we are present. There is still a lot of work to be done, but at the same time a lot has already been integrated to build one future-proof European company.”
An example of the unification is Dstny for Service Providers, in which the telecom specialist brought together the Unified Communications-as-a-Service platform from Swedish Telepo (another acquisition) with other teams and technologies. De Wever states that his company combines a strong technology framework with an excellent technical development capacity. The aim is to bring the technology to Europe from Belgium and to become a leading player in the larger European market.
Broad European presence
Dstny specializes in business communication and serves both SMEs and enterprises. The company implements IP telephony systems, but also provides cloud infrastructure, provides private networks and more. Destiny’s consonants are present today in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark and the UK. The company had an annual turnover of almost 190 million euros last year and has 750 employees. Dstny will sponsor the Lotto cycling team to boost brand awareness.