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This past week AVI-SPL was named Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 North American Company of the Year for Managed Video Conferencing Services. Within that title is recognition of our efforts to provide enterprises around the world with simple-to-use video conferencing that can easily grow as their needs grow.
This excerpt from Frost & Sullivan’s official report about the win nicely summarizes the value we bring to the market:
AVI-SPL’s approach to technology implementation hinges on a strategy that is comprehensive, yet flexible enough and targeted at organizations that are looking for a measured and practical approach to video conferencing. AVI-SPL works closely with enterprises to understand and optimize their business operations and requirements. It has an established portfolio of managed services that is very much aligned with the predominant needs of enterprise users. Moreover, its cloud services span across public, private and hybrid collaboration solutions which gives organizations the flexibility to maintain existing investments while planning for next gen services.
The report refers to our Symphony Platform as our “cornerstone technology,” which has been continually developed so AVI-SPL can provide customizable room and device monitoring, as well as cloud-based scheduling and management for video conferences.
As the independent analysts in the report assert, we at AVI-SPL continue to invest in next-generation platforms and services for our clients, and in building a world-class workforce to implement and support them.
If content-sharing and collaboration for your colleagues isn’t as is easy at it should be, this resource is for you.
This AVI-SPL article, written with input from visual tech manufacturer Christie, looks at what you should expect from presentation solutions built for the enterprise. Whether your business is small or large, the features you want will likely be the same:
- Device support
- Annotation capabilities
- Wireless connection
You know Frost & Sullivan as the experts in industry analysis and consulting. This September 29, they are bringing their knowledge and clout to an online forum.
Join Frost & Sullivan and AVI SPL on September 29 at 11 am EST for a complimentary eBroadcast, as you will be one of the first to hear new research around enhanced visibility and actionable analytics that improve the Quality of Experience (QoE) across your conferencing and collaboration environment.
- Frost & Sullivan market data on tactical benefits of conferencing features
- How to monitor your entire conferencing domain from a single dashboard
- Ways to collect actionable data to assess your collaboration technology performance
Two AVI-SPL experts will be on hand to share their insights and industry knowledge:
- Joe Laezza, SVP of UCC and Service Solutions
- Tim Riek, SVP of Service Operations
Visit www.frost.com/collaborativeworkflows for more details on this event. Don’t miss out on a great chance to learn and improve collaboration in your company.
Last week, Frost & Sullivan announced Pexip as the winner of its 2016 award for Technology Innovation. The press release mentions “disruption,” which I read as a shorthand way of saying, “it’s doing what a lot of competitors and standard-bearers aren’t: giving businesses the collaboration benefits they want.”
If you work in IT or you manage those who do, you know the value of being able to do more for the company without stressing staff or compromising network security. IT has been shifting more of its money to cloud services such as Pexip so that people can collaborate with their personal devices from anywhere — whether on the company campus or offsite.
Other benefits include:
- Connect through video conferencing using each user’s preferred method (Microsoft Skype for Business, traditional video conferencing endpoint, WebRTC)
- Easing the burden on IT to manage video collaboration
- Pexip technology powers AVI-SPL’s Unify ME Virtual Meeting Room Service
The last of these points is my main reason for putting together this post: so that if you are a CIO or an IT manager or the head of a department, you are aware that AVI-SPL offers the kind of cloud-based collaboration services that enable your colleagues to work with one another from remote locations, and that can grow with your organization.
I encourage you to look over our Unify ME VMR page, as well as our Virtual Meeting Rooms powered by Cisco and Polycom.
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