Spanish GP: Mercedes extends agreement with STL

MERCEDES GP PETRONAS and STL Communications Limited are pleased to confirm an extension to their team partnership agreement which has seen the communications company work with the Brackley based Formula One team since its establishment in ...

MERCEDES GP PETRONAS and STL Communications Limited are pleased to confirm an extension to their team partnership agreement which has seen the communications company work with the Brackley based Formula One team since its establishment in 1998.

STL supports voice and data communications services including an Avaya Aura telephone system at the MERCEDES GP PETRONAS headquarters and on location at Grand Prix circuits around the world. The team uses STL GreenMinutes service, the environmentally sustainable lines and calls system that helps organisations work smarter and greener.

Nick Fry, Chief Executive Officer of MERCEDES GP PETRONAS, commented: "We are delighted to extend our partnership with STL who have worked for the team for a considerable period of time. This experience and knowledge enables STL to understand our business intimately and achieve the tight deadlines that Formula One requires. We look forward to continuing our excellent relationship with them over the course of the 2010 season."

Brendon Cross, Managing Director of STL Communications Limited commented: "We have supplied communication solutions to the team for over a decade now and are delighted to be continuing our relationship with MERCEDES GP PETRONAS. As the team's supplier of voice and data communications, STL has a thorough understanding of the requirements needed to support a successful Formula One team at race venues across the world from the factory in Brackley. The continuing collaboration between STL and MERCEDES GP PETRONAS demonstrates an important synergy between two organisations who share the drive for success through technology, innovation and team work."

-source: mercedes

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