AVM partners with Polycom to Promote Immersive Telepresence

18/07/09

AVM, the leading audio visual and video conferencing system integrator in the UK and is certified to sell and provide Polycom's immersive telepresence solutions.

Polycom is the global leader in telepresence, video and voice communications solutions.
Sandy MacPherson, Chairman of AVM said "Global economic forces are driving the widespread adoption of video conferencing.  We are delighted to be able to offer Polycom's telepresence solutions to our customers.  We are seeing outstanding growth in this area thanks to the cost savings and productivity improvements Polycom's telepresence and video conferencing solutions offer."
The Polycom Service Partner Programme is a service authorisation programme which sets quality standards for partners who provide services and support to customers as they integrate voice, video and data into core networks.

"We look forward to working closely with AVM as a certified telepresence partner.... . . The investment made by AVM in training and technology will provide their customers with the peace of mind that AVM has access to  technical support and assistance whenever and wherever they need it." Paul Louden (Vice President for Polycom UK and Ireland)

AV Global Alliance reaches 24 Members

18/07/09

AVM extends the AV Global Alliance to 24 members by welcoming Avitec (Turkey), AVITECH (Romania) and AV MEDIA (Czech Republic).  The Alliance is a partnership of leading audio visual and video conferencing systems integrators (AVSI) from different countries around the world, and provides mutual support for their international clients.

AV Global Alliance partners operate in over 160 cities in 29 countries around the globe and have a combined turnover in excess of $2.5bn.  The Alliance offers unrivalled services to its multinational customers who know that a leading, specialist organisation will be able to design, install and maintain their audio visual systems almost anywhere in the world.

Sandy MacPherson (Chairman of AVM) said: "We are proud to have the leading AVSIs from Turkey, the Czech Republic and Romania join our club.  The continued growth of the Alliance follows the patterns of demand for video conferencing from multinationals throughout the world."

AVM will continue to develop the AV Global Alliance by adding partners who are typically the market leaders in their own territories.  Partners details are at www.avmachines.com/global-partners.