Neptune Communications gets final approval to operate in Jamaica
OUR Today | May 30, 2022
Neptune Communications Jamaica has received formal approval from the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) to officially begin operations in the island.
The approval came after Neptune Jamaica satisfied all requirements to obtain a licence to operate across the island as the newest satellite technology service provider.
In a statement, Neptune Jamaica said it would provide dependable, independent redundancy for government and corporate clients to ensure more reliable connectivity in the country.
“The official approval was granted on May 10, 2022. Therefore, we have taken swift action to launch our suite of products and services,” said Brian Bennett-Easy, managing director of Neptune Jamaica.
“We aim to provide our Jamaican clients with the highest level of customer service using technology that is dependable, secure, to close those gaps, and to bring the most recent technological advancements to the Jamaican market.”
Bennett-Easy was appointed managing director in 2021, to lead Neptune Jamaica’s business in the island.
“Brian is a highly skilled executive. The depth of his market knowledge, his professional profile and his leadership skills have had an immediate impact on our vision for Jamaica. As they move to innovate across the Jamaican technology landscape, Brian and his team will have our full support,” said Julian Jordan, founder and chief executive officer of Neptune Communications Inc, Neptune Jamaica’s Barbados-based parent company.
Neptune Jamaica said it has already secured commercial arrangements with global satellite service providers ensuring 100 per cent geographic coverage of the entire island and the Caribbean as a whole.
The company’s objective is to keep Caribbean governments and companies online by providing a suite of resilient telecommunications services.
“Within the coming weeks, Neptune Jamaica and the wider group will finalise our operational cadence. Some customer service kits are already on the island, with more en route and on order in preparation for an expected above-average hurricane season. This is a mission critical roll out given possible exogenous shock that may come. Our mission critical drive is to ensure Jamaica is always on,” said Bennett-Easy.
Source: OUR Today | Original Article