Davinci Meeting Rooms has signed an exclusive licensing agreement.com with EVO Technologies, a major player in business center and VoIP integrations.
Officials at Davinci said the partnership will allow the company to commercially deploy and cross-market a new online reservation platform for booking meeting rooms with DavinciMeetingRooms.com globally.
Under the deal, Davinci Virtual office clients will be able to book a conference room or meeting space in real-time at any participating Davinci Virtual Preferred Partner Center worldwide.
“We are very excited to complete our global licensing agreement with EVO technologies and we are looking forward to introducing DavinciMeetingRooms.com to our global user community,” said Bill Grodnik, president and CEO of Davinci Virtual, in a statement.
Grodnik said that the new partnership will help drive additional revenue streams to Davinci preferred partner centers, and will offer EVO Technologies’ customers a great new add-on application.
“This partnership is a natural fit. It was logical for us to develop the new platform with Davinci Virtual. They are the clear market leader among virtual office solutions providers. We are looking forward to a long term and mutually beneficial relationship,” said Alex Harrington of EVO Technologies.
Davinci Meeting Rooms are located in full-service, professional business centers in prime office buildings all over the world.
All meeting venues are fully equipped and supported to make business meetings successful. Conference rooms, training rooms or meeting rooms can be reserved online – instantly – by the hour, half-day or full day.
TMCnet in February reported that with an aim to expand its global footprint, Davinci Virtual,, a provider of virtual office space solutions to over 4,000 companies and entrepreneurs throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Central America, has added 23 partner center locations throughout Western Europe.
The locations expand the company’s large and diverse global virtual office space offerings into Austria, Switzerland, France and Luxemburg.
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Edited by Michael Dinan