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NCDS Building, St. Mary's Street

The Valley, Anguilla, West Indies



+1 264 498-6237

+1 264 584-1035/584-1037



Messaging as a Service (MaaS)

Today, workers demand increased storage while organizations grapple with increased costs and regulations associated with messaging services. The benefits of this service are:

  • Communicating without the Hassle

    NCDS removes the hassle and cost out of messaging, and facilitates—rather than complicates—business success. NCDS handles messaging complexities, such as backend storage and security concerns, so the organization can focus on its bottom line. Additionally, our organization lowers total cost of ownership by switching from capital to operational expenditures.

  • A Tailored Methodology for Messaging

    NCDS works to determine the optimum messaging-as-a-service model for the organization. The operational readiness process analyses on-premises environment and plans the transition and migration with a risk-balanced roadmap that includes backup safeguards to ensure continuity. Once the transition plan is determined, NCDS handles the migration with specific emphasis on connectivity and service validation testing. NCDS also connect the ease of working from any location by integrating hosting services that enables to customer to access emails via smart phones by implementing Traveller server and software.


Our Services

  • Information & Communication Technology
  • Networking
  • Data Routing
  • Cloud Technology
  • Messaging Services
  • Project Management
  • WiFi Services & Software
  • Network & Data Security
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Our Clients

  • The Anguilla Development Board
  • The Anguilla Social Security Board
  • National Commercial Bank of Anguilla
  • Caribbean Credit Card Corporation
  • Bank Of Nevis
  • National Bank Of Dominica
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Contact Us

  • Location:NCDS Building, St. Mary's
    Street The Valley, Anguilla, West Indies
  • Phone:+ 1 (264) 498 6237
    + 1 (264) 584 1035/37

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