Want to know how large Yorktel is? Well, if we were to look at systems integrators in both the United States and Canada, Yorktel ranks the sixth largest, according to Systems Contractor News. Given the vast amount of integrators out there, that’s an impressive achievement, but with a projected $112 million in revenue, it’s well earned.
Yorktel has designed, integrated, and managed IT-ready video systems for over two dozen years, providing a cohesive user experience, tying meeting rooms, desktop, and mobile clients into a single unified communications platform. It now manages over 13,000 endpoints across the world, providing the many benefits of video to public and private sectors alike.
The person-to-person interaction in real time that video provides helps Yorktel’s customers communicate and work together across locations around the world. This results in faster decisions, better collaboration, and improved efficiency. Of course, any video provider can boast the same, but Yorktel’s solutions have proven to provide what the market needs, while constantly innovating to provide the best experience possible.
“2012 has proved to be an exceptional year for Yorktel marked by milestone growth, which not only reflects market demand, but also our team’s commitment to innovation and technological excellence,” says Ronald J. Gaboury, CEO of Yorktel.?
“As myriad organizations now use videoconferencing every day to communicate with both internal and external constituencies, IT staff workloads are reaching unprecedented levels as they address security, interoperability, and a growing contingency of teleworkers who BYOD. Yorktel’s Professional Services team provides the expertise and intellectual capital that augments in-house teams’ capabilities and enables the optimum video experience across the enterprise.”?
Yorktel’s achievement is impressive. Competition from all sides is tough, but it’s managed great growth in this market, and as the sixth largest systems integrator, it has staked its claim in the market. Here’s to looking forward to what Yorktel will bring to the table in 2013.
Edited by Brooke Neuman