BCS Global Network Limited has announced a strategic partnership with Vidtel to provide Virtual Connect, a new cloud-based, any-to-any video conferencing service.
When it comes to video conferencing, businesses struggle with the complexities around multi-vendor interoperability and the difficulty of communicating across different video conferencing systems. Often there is significant capital expenditure required in the installation of multiple video conferencing systems and a significant spend in expertise to maintain these systems. Virtual Connect is a cloud-based offering connecting SIP, H.323, Skype and Google Talk in one virtual meeting space accessible to everyone via the internet. The solution is an affordable, easy to use service, while maintaining quality and usability and is designed for the SMB and large enterprise space.
BCS Global’s experience with cloud-based and customer hosted infrastructure solutions gives BCS Global strong distribution channels to take Virtual Connect into the marketplace. Vidtel’s architecture supports consumer technologies and acts as a perfect incubation partner for new services and capabilities like Virtual Connect. Mark Matone, Head of Products at BCS Global, described the partnership as “an exciting development in the continued evolution of Virtual Connect, which will have a transformative effect on video conferencing, helping accelerate the adoption rate of visual communications across the marketplace by providing users with a single easy to use service”.
Scott Wharton, CEO of Vidtel had this to say about the partnership; “We are delighted to be working with BCS Global. BCS Global is a true pioneer and innovator in the video conferencing services market and really understands the unique requirements to deliver high quality, interoperable video to both enterprise customers and SMBs, around the world”.
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