Tireless hours of innovation have resulted in a cornucopia of success for the Chinese IP phone vendor Yealink (News - Alert). Starting with IP phones it built its name, but in recent years the portfolio has expanded quite a bit, and so too have its successes. For instance, Yealink just announced a partnership with Questmark in the U.K. for video conferencing.
The agreement makes Questmark a certified Yealink partner, providing the video conferencing reseller with the ability to offer customers with Yealink solutions to meet growing conferencing and meeting needs.
The announcement could not have come at a better time, as this month Questmark will launch The Meeting Platform, which will utilize the wide array of Yealink video conferencing solutions and IP endpoints.
Leia Pearce, Marketing Manager at Questmark noted, “The quality, ease of use, affordability and user empowerment that is achieved with the Yealink systems working in conjunction with The Meeting Platform and Questmark’s applications eliminates barriers for SMEs to invest in video as a modality of choice for their operations.”
The pairing should serve as a good fit today, and is poised to prosper far into the future.
Yealink Vice President Stone Lu (News - Alert) stated, “We are very pleased to work with Questmark. The pairing between The Meeting Platform and Yealink’s video conferencing endpoints is a strong and ideal choice for British businesses. With new products in the pipeline, and a reputable business such as Questmark joining our partner network, we are very excited to see what the future holds.”
If you’re curious about what using a Yealink solution is like, it will be displaying its latest unified communications terminal solutions at the upcoming ITEXPO. At the event, the IP phone provider is set to show off its smart desktop phone solutions, Skype (News - Alert) for Business HD IP phones in addition to video conferencing solutions.
Yealink built its foundation on ambition and innovation, and today this continuous process is serving the company well, as its sights are set on 2017 – and the year of Yealink.
Do your IP endpoints cut the mustard?
Edited by Alicia Young