To expand rapidly in Asia, Australian airline, The Jetstar Group (Jetstar) wanted an easily deployable telephony and video platform that supported top-grade collaboration and mobility. Between 2010 and 2013, the firm deployed successive versions of the unified
communications platform, Microsoft Lync, with on-premises deployments of Microsoft Lync Server 2010 in Melbourne and Tokyo, and Lync Server 2013 in Hong Kong. Powered by multi-party desktop videoconferencing and click-to-call telephony, transnational teamwork
soared, helping Jetstar launch a new airline in Japan months ahead of schedule.