Dealers have given an enthusiastic welcome as Nimans puts a new video conferencing name in the frame by teaming up with Radvision – one of the early pioneers of VC infrastructure.
The two companies held a demonstration day at Radvision’s UK headquarters where every reseller that attended signed-up for the innovative and cost effective IP-based technology.
One St Albans-based reseller confirmed: “It was a very productive and rewarding experience. The Radvision technology appears easy to sell and deploy, delivering high definition video performance from any device, on any network, anywhere in the world. We were also impressed by the fast-track accreditation process which ensures a quick return on investment. This is vital in these challenging economic times.”
Radvision is a $100m global turnover operation, backed by a 20-year trading pedigree, with offices in California, New Jersey, London, Paris, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong as part of a worldwide empire.
Nimans’ Head of Conferencing Sales, Ian Brindle, says the continuing economic woes, makes video conferencing an ideal choice for growing numbers of businesses, looking to cut travel costs, save time and be kinder to the environment.
“We had a phenomenal response to the demo day where in addition to everyone signing up that attended, there has been lots of further follow-up interest. The new partnership has been a tremendous overnight success.”
Resellers can take advantage of subsidised demonstration equipment from Nimans, a Radvision premium distributor. They can gain access to the full suite of video solutions – all reinforced by the expertise of Nimans’ dedicated VC team – where a desktop device and multi-site units are expected to be the most popular sellers.