Dstny and Lotto join forces to sponsor UCI WorldTour-cyclingteam

Belgian fast-growing technology company Dstny will become the co-title sponsor of the Lotto-Dstny cycling team from 2023. Destiny, which specialises in business communication solutions based on cloud technology, is launching a new logo and European brand identity 'Dstny' today, uniting more than ten companies in the group. In the cycling team, Dstny finds the perfect match to increase the awareness of this new brand in Europe. The agreement with the cycling team runs until at least the end of 2024.

Destiny pushes European ambitions with the new name ‘Dstny’

New brand identity and commitment as the co-name sponsor of Belgian UCI WorldTour team Lotto-Dstny from 2023 will propel brand recognition for the cloud-based Business Communications provider Brussels, February 24, 2022 – Destiny is taking an important next step in realising its European ambitions today. With “Dstny,” it is launching a new brand identity and … Continue

Telecom trends to watch in 2022

Telecom has seen major changes in the last couple of years, and we’re bound to see these further evolve this new year. In this post, we take a look at the telecom trends to look out for in in 2022. Continued development and rollout of 5G The rollout of connections to 5G networks will continue … Continue

Analytics King Meridix Become’s Destiny’s Child

Pan-European unified comms and cloud services provider Destiny has acquired Swedish analytics and reporting company Meridix, to help customers get the best insights out of their platforms. The Meridix platform collects data from multiple communication solutions and presents them in one intuitive and unified user interface.

Dstny recognized as a leading European UCaaS Provider

Destiny today announced that they have been recognized as one of the top leaders in growth and industry innovation by Frost & Sullivan in the 2021 UCaaS Frost Radar™ report. The Frost Radar is an industry analysis that reviews the European Hosted IP Telephony and UCaaS market. In a field of more than 120 European … Continue