AT&T strengthens relationship with Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessy with 5-year deal

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AT&T will continue to work with Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessy thanks to a new deal. (Pixabay)

AT&T has locked down a five-year deal with Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessy to continue providing its network capabilities to the high-end retail group.

AT&T has worked with the LVMH Group (Louis Vuitton-Moet Hennessy) for the past 13 years. The provider said it would increase the speed and scale of LVMH's applications and services by using its software-centric services, which include SD-WAN and AT&T Flexware.

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LVMH is currently using AT&T VPN, internet access and LAN and unified communication management services across Europe, the Middle East, North America, Asia Pacific and Latin America. The retailer is also using AT&T NetBond for Cloud.  AT&T said it had connected more than 5,400 LVMH sites in 67 countries.

AT&T said its approach included reducing complex processes to make LVMH a "one stop shop."  One example was giving LVMH store staff access to a single point of contact from AT&T's integrated technology service desk.

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