Category AVI-SPL

Three Keys to ROI From Your Video Communications Strategy

This Frost & Sullivan paper summarizes the eBroadcast of the same name and looks at the growth in enterprise video platforms and why they matter to companies. So if you’ve been considering upgrading or implementing a video platform, this executive summary is a good place to start. Topics addressed include:

  • Enterprise video market trends
  • Capabilities of today’s video platforms
  • Uses for video platforms
  • Benefits of VideoLink ReadyCam®, an all-in-one studio that gives companies access to broadcast video (VideoLink is an AVI-SPL company)

Download “Three Keys to ROI From Your Video Communications Strategy” >

Vega and AVI-SPL Team Up to Serve Asia Companies

Today from InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, AVI-SPL formally signed and announced an alliance with Vega to facilitate and provision our services throughout Asia.

The partnership gives Vega, a total solutions provider in the pro AV/IT industry, preferred partner status for AVI-SPL customers in Asia and parts of India. In this arrangement, AVI-SPL will oversee projects from design to deployment, working hand–in-hand with Vega to give customers the consistent, high-quality service they expect.

It also complements our alliance with Connected Vision, a group of audio-video companies in Australia. AVI-SPL, Vega, and Connected Vision have joined forces before to serve multi-nation projects.

These close partnerships are part of maintaining high-end, high-touch delivery through our Global Accounts Management Program, which is designed to ensure consistency, reliability, scalability, and trust. All projects benefit from AVI-SPL’s global managed services operations network, which delivers proactive monitoring and remote management of AV and UC (unified communications) devices and infrastructure.

To learn why AVI-SPL and Vega are optimistic about this partnership, read today’s press release. >

Simplify Video Conferencing Meeting Management: A Frost & Sullivan White Paper

Big news to share, just in time for InfoComm 2017: This Frost & Sullivan research paper looks at the top needs of IT departments in order to ease the process of managing video conferencing across their organizations. The solution this paper presents is AVI-SPL’s Unify ME Symphony platform, which it describes as delivering “best-in-class managed services.” You should also know that Frost & Sullivan named AVI-SPL its 2016 North American Company of the Year for Video Managed Services.

In this five-page paper, learn how our video managed services are giving IT departments and their companies a scalable, unified monitoring and management platform with rich analytics.

Download “Simplify Video Conferencing Meeting Management to Deliver Better User Experiences” >

Polycom Group Series Achieves Microsoft Certification

AVI-SPL is pleased to share the good news that the Polycom Group Series has achieved Microsoft certification for Skype-for-Business on-line / Office 365. This makes the Group Series the only standards-based video endpoint to be officially certified for Office 365.

AVI-SPL customers moving to Office 365 can feel comfortable that their Polycom Group Series solutions can move to the cloud effortlessly, and they can continue to invest in and enjoy the best-in-class experiences the Polycom room systems offer.

Customers will be able to have Polycom’s award-winning audio and video experiences in a Skype-for-Business meeting

The Polycom RealPresence Group Series brings a new standard of efficiency to group video conferencing. Learn how it can improve your group video conferences, and discover other solutions at AVI-SPL’s Polycom page. >

AVI-SPL Makes the CRN Solutions Provider 500 for 2017

For the second consecutive year, AVI-SPL has placed 51st on the 2017 CRN Solution Provider 500 list, CRN’s annual ranking of the largest solution providers by revenue in North America. The ranking is based on the revenues of top integrators, service providers, and IT consultants.  From CRN’s AVI-SPL entry:

AVI-SPL is a red-hot systems integrator that is quickly approaching the $1 billion revenue mark. The unified communications specialist was acquired by private equity firm H.I.G. Capital in April 2016 and has since made multiple acquisitions, including that of broadcasting platform specialist VideoLink in January and of Anderson Audio Visual in November.

Those acquisitions are part of AVI-SPL’s global expansion over the past six months, which includes our new office in Frankfurt, Germany, and partnership with Connected Vision Group, which helps us serve companies throughout Australia.

And there’s more to come, which we’ll be announcing at next week’s InfoComm event in Orlando. If you can’t make it to the Orange County Convention Center, add this blog to your favorites for updates.