The AV Global Alliance has signed up its 26th member. inovat technologies of Mexico extends the Alliances reach to 32 countries with a combined turnover of $3bn, making it the dominant partnership of audio visual system integrators (AVSI) in the world.
Members of the Alliance are generally the leading AVSI in each country, and have been selected to join based upon their outstanding engineering skills and resources. Members of the Alliance rely on each other to provide mutual support for their multinational clients. The growth of the Alliance is driven by the widespread adoption of video conferencing (VC) as a tool to cut costs, improve communications and speed time to market.
VC technology has improved massively over the last two years, and has become a necessity for dispersed organisations to compete and operate in recessionary markets. The payback on investing in video conferencing can be as low as one month, thus making the financial decision to rollout a VC network an increasingly easy one to make. Consequently, the AV Global Alliance was formed to install, maintain and manage VC equipment for thousands of organisations from Seattle to Shanghai and Denver to Delhi.
Sandy MacPherson (Chairman of AVM) said: We are proud to have the leading AVSI from Mexico join the Alliance. The Alliance now covers 32 countries around the world, further driving our global coverage for the supply of video conferencing services.
AVM will continue to develop the AV Global Alliance by adding partners who are typically the market leaders in their own territories. Partners details can be seen at www.avmachines.com/global-partners.