Enhanced proactive monitoring capabilities, cloud-based VMR features, Microsoft Corp. integration among AVI-SPL’s modern workplace solutions creating unparalleled customer experience
AVI-SPL, a provider of collaboration technology solutions and AV systems integration, will reveal its enhanced collaboration services designed to simplify the AV and IT convergence for end users at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas, June 8-10.
This soon-to-be-unveiled features will be the focus at AVI-SPL’s booth at InfoComm 2016, highlighting added service capabilities to Virtual Meeting Rooms (VMR) including Unify ME, the global integrator’s interoperable VMR service. This includes “one-click” collaboration, meeting recording and streaming capabilities, Microsoft Exchange integration, as well as Symphony monitoring and management platform allowing organizations to measure the quality of the meeting experience. http://unifyme-vmr.com/
“This is truly the next generation of collaboration services,” said AVI-SPL’s Senior Vice President of Unified Communication, Collaboration, and Service Solutions Joe Laezza. “With our combined collaboration technology solutions and services offerings, we’ve created an unmatched all-in-one-place destination to meet the needs of the enterprise around the globe and provide comprehensible innovation to the changing workplace. You just won’t see this anywhere else.”
A closer look at AVI-SPL’s next generation of collaboration services being featured at InfoComm 2016:
Enabled by cloud managed endpoint for huddle spaces, powered by Tely, coupled with AVI-SPL’s other collaborative cloud services. There is no need to invest in backend infrastructure, nor roadmap to evolve, or staff to maintain.
AVI-SPL will deliver a fully managed huddle space solution with a single touch to join scheduled meetings, access AVI-SPL’s “Unify ME” conferencing service, or other high quality VMR’s, and share content with this cloud-based, scalable platform.
Meeting broadcasting and recording
Live stream high quality video to any device, or record and share directly from video conferencing endpoints, Unify ME VMR, and other virtual meeting rooms with an agile cloud solution that can link to new and existing equipment.
Proactive monitoring of collaboration spaces and devices with Symphony
Powered by AVI-SPL, the leading AV integrator is releasing its first self-service module of its monitoring platform, Symphony. With a sleek, easy-to-use dashboard, Symphony allows end users, even those in mixed vendor environments, to collect valuable business intelligence regarding their collaboration initiatives through usage data and system analytics, such as room/device usage and video quality, to ensure better outcomes for every meeting.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, AVI-SPL continues to boost its Microsoft practice with advanced expertise in Microsoft Skype for Business deployments and Microsoft Exchange integration. AVI-SPL offers support to clients with Skype for Business rollouts, providing professional services to onboard users and devices with Skype, and fostering productive adoption of the collaboration tool. In addition, with Exchange seamlessly integrating with AVI-SPL’s Symphony platform, users enable simplified call and meeting scheduling.
“Adding these features continue AVI-SPL’s pioneering of the AV/IT convergence, and remain at the forefront of today’s transforming workplace,” said Dale Bottcher, senior vice president of sales. “With our ability to offer room readiness, deploy the very best collaboration technology solutions, as well as support services to assist client collaboration strategies, we’re taking customer experience to a whole new level.”
For more details on these collaboration solutions and more, visit AVI-SPL at Booth N-1129 during the InfoComm Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, June 8 through Friday, June 10.
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