Leading global collaboration solutions provider inviting guests to discover today’s premiere technology and services for the connected workspace
Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS – February 7, 2017 – AVI-SPL, the global leader in unified enterprise video and collaboration solutions, will showcase the latest advancements to its best-in-class services and solutions for today’s connected workplace, this week at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam.
Located at Hall 11, Stand A115, AVI-SPL’s booth is designed to immerse guests in the firm’s enhanced global partnership experience. Utilising the collaborative powers of two 84-inch Microsoft Surface Hubs, the total solutions provider will demonstrate the most recent innovations to its unified enterprise video offering. These enhancements include the expansion of AVI-SPL’s Global Accounts Program and award winning managed services, highlighted by the newest version of its patented Symphony Management Platform and new Global Service Operations Centre in London.
“As the enterprise’s leading global partner, AVI-SPL believes it is imperative to remain proactive in answering their increasingly digital workplace needs,” said Will Hegan, sales director for AVI-SPL. “The ability to combine the top solutions of our partners with our own ingenuity, like our Symphony Management Platform, and worldwide presence has created a one-of-a-kind collection of resources and standardisation to ensure our worldwide customers thrive now and in the future.”
The expanded Global Accounts Program provides a dedicated account and services team to multi-national organisations to standardise delivery and ensure predictable outcomes. More information on this program, as well as AVI-SPL’s new customer advisory board, can be found on the company’s official press release.
AVI-SPL’s Symphony Management Platform’s latest version offers additional simplification to intuitively monitor AV systems and meeting room processes remotely, or on-site. Scalable and efficient, Symphony is designed to enable rapid implementation of any device, and includes a completely responsive user interface, allowing AVI-SPL, or internal IT departments, to perform diagnostics on AV systems, launch video calls, as well as manage meetings and spaces. With analytics like room usage and average meeting time, companies can monitor and improve the quality of experience for their collaboration efforts company-wide.
Continuing its strategic expansion initiative, AVI-SPL has opened its newest Global Service Operations Centre (GSOC) in London this past week. The support team will be available 24/7 and provide technical assistance to AVI-SPL customers around the clock throughout Europe, Middle East, and Asia. The GSOC marks the company’s second big addition in Europe within the past few months. In October, AVI-SPL announced the opening of its new location in Frankfurt, Germany. With immediate success for the company’s first office in mainland Europe, the team, led by Johannes Stehr, continues to grow expeditiously and will be available throughout ISE 2017 to meet with guests and discuss their regional needs.
Further expansion by AVI-SPL over the past three months includes the acquisition of Anderson Audio Visual to bolster coverage in the United States, acquiring of VideoLink to provide broadcast quality video solutions for its customers worldwide, and partnership with top Australian collaboration solutions firm Connected Vision group.
LIVE DEMOS AND EVENT SCHEDULE:
Experts and live demonstrations of the Microsoft Surface Hub and Symphony Management platform are available throughout each day during ISE 2017. Visit AVI-SPL’s event site for schedules and additional information.
AVI-SPL designs, builds, integrates, and supports systems and environments that enable communication and collaboration. AVI-SPL has highly trained and certified system engineers in offices throughout the United States, Canada, and EMEA in addition to an international network of solution providers in 30 countries. For more information, visit avispl.com and connect with AVI-SPL on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.