KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Nov 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2012 Frost & Sullivan Malaysia System Integrator of the Year award in Enterprise Telephony is presented to Jumbohan Globaltel for its phenomenal achievement in the Malaysia Market. Jumbohan Globaltel had a very successful year, achieving performance that is truly best-in-class in the enterprise telephony space. "Jumbohan Globaltel is one of the leading distributors of NEC telephony solutions in the Malaysia market. It has gained the reputation of a creditable telephony system integrator by successfully deploying solutions in the government, hospitality and manufacturing sectors. A few of these deployments have been in mission critical areas, where the potential of the system integrator was tested to extreme limits," said Shailendra Soni, Industry Principal, Asia Pacific ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan. The year 2011 started as a challenging year for telephony vendors and system integrators, as the market started to slow down considerably. Conversely, Jumbohan Globaltel grew its telephony business by 26% in 2011 over 2010, in a market that saw moderate growth of only 8.2%. Shailendra explained, "Jumbohan Globaltel was apt to the situation, aggressively applying market expansion strategy to grow its business. As a result of its proactive approach, Jumbohan Globaltel was able to penetrate deeper into government vertical securing multiple deals in the government and infrastructure sectors. It was also able to secure small but meaningful deals in education and hospital verticals." "Jumbohan Globaltel exhibited great understanding of customers' needs of transitioning to newer technologies and utilization of existing resources to earn a better return on investment. Their proven integration capabilities have differentiated them from other rivals, helping them gain customer trust through qualified consultancy, and delivery of an end-to-end solution. Jumbohan Globaltel is a worthy recipient of the 2012 Malaysia System Integrator of the Year award in Enterprise Telephony," he added.