Vodafone UK has expanded its One Net portfolio with the launch of cloud solution for large enterprises and public sector customers.

One Net Enterprise Cloud, which combines fixed, mobile and desktop communications into a single cloud-base system, builds on the updated One Net portfolio, which Vodafone outlined in June.

Vodafone said One Net has been purchased by over 3.5 million customers thus far.

Speaking at a media briefing on Wednesday, Vodafone said it was making strides in the public sector but acknowledged that there was "a lot more to do" in terms of creating a more flexible and effective way of working whilst at the same time reducing costs.

It also claimed that more flexible means of working could save businesses £1.2 billion (€1.5 billion) per annum.

In a statement, Vodafone said: "By empowering employees to work more flexibly, not only can overall productivity increase but work/life balance and job satisfaction can also significantly improve." 

As of June 2014, enterprise represented 27 percent of Vodafone's total service revenues. The operator's revenues from the business market globally dropped 2.9 percent in the second quarter of the year.

Vodafone Global Enterprise CEO Jan Geldmacher told European Communications that his company is on "a constant journey to improve and enrich our product portfolio". He added: "[We have] a constant job to communicate this with our customers.”

Last month, Infonetics Research said the hosted PBX and unified communications services market is set to grow 13 percent this year as enterprises look to cloud-based solutions.

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