Where we are from

Learn about our history

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Growth through innovation and acquisition

From its inception in 2004, Firstcom Europe has had a clear strategy of integrating business facing companies throughout Europe with cloud technology. Our proprietary platform which delivers voice over IP and cloud services gives us a competitive edge as a service provider.

The past five years have seen us close eight acquisitions. Each acquisition has allowed us to increase our geographical reach and add complementary products and management skills to strengthen our portfolio.



The Future

Continued development of products and partner channel.


Acquisition of Telesis

Firstcom Europe aquires Bolton based communications firm Telesis.

Acquisition of Difference Corparation

Firstcom Europe aquires Wales based contact center and communications firm Difference Corparation.


Encrypted Hosted

Call encryption now available on Universe platform.


Cisco Partnership

Certification of Cisco IP End Points enabling European wide Cisco resellers to position the Universe platform.

Unified Communications

Hosted Unified Communication platform released for sale in the UK.


Joint Acquisition of Teleforte

Further expansion into Europe with acquisition of German firm Teleforte

Acquisition of Firstcom DK

Company expands into Europe with acquisition of Danish firm Firstcom


PCI Certification

Company gains PCI-DSS level 1 service provider certification for secure SIP Trunking.


SIP Encrypt

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The Acceptance of VoIP

First volume contact centre trunking solutions in place. VoIP established as reliable forms of communications.


Moving Forward

Portfolio opened up to include business to business, converged solutions.


UK Sales Model

Sales Channel established in the UK. Offering SIP and Broadband


VoIP.co.uk incorporated.

First SIP telephony product offered to customers


It Begins

Jean Pierre Vandromme and Adam Crisp trial converged voice and data services based on multiplexing ISDN time slots.