AuDeo Systems Ltd Visual Communications Specialists have added Managed Video Conferencing Services to their portfolio. Termed as a “value added service,” it seeks to enhance the functionality of AuDeo and serve their clientele much better by being a one-stop option for an integrated and customized video conferencing solution.
The newly announced Managed Video Conferencing Services comprises of video conferencing equipment options, installation and maintenance, and global end-to-end managed video conferencing services. It has been designed specifically to eliminate cumbersome time-consuming, multi-vendor management and also deliver a quality video conferencing experience of par excellence.
AuDeo has been designed to work in most complex setups and fulfills most video needs of organizations; whether they require on-demand reservation-less bridging services or an end-to-end managed video conferencing service. AuDeo lets it clients connect seamlessly from their telepresence suites, boardroom systems, desktops, laptops, smartphones or tables – regardless of their video system, network provider or type of connection.
AuDeo as a vendor agnostic provider of Visual Communications solutions has the good fortune to work in partnership with reputed and leading global vendors in Visual Communications technologies, guaranteeing access to all the cutting-edge technology and software to deliver excellent solutions. They have also partnered with BCS Global in the past to deliver managed video conferencing services and enhance its existing offering by providing customers with truly complete end-to-end video conferencing solutions.
“We are proud to be able to offer high quality, high end, professional managed services run by a company with an established global brand. Our partnership with BCS Global completes our service offering, enabling us to provide a full range of managed services, from local to global, self connect to managed & concierge and Desktop to Telepresence (News - Alert).” said Kevin Wilson, Managing Director, AuDeo Systems Ltd.
Edited by Rich Steeves