Nimans is shouting about the recent expansion of Revolabs’ audio conferencing solutions that now also gives resellers access to innovations from parent company Yamaha.
Last year’s acquisition of Revolabs by Yamaha creates many compelling ways for resellers to capture addition revenue, says Nimans. “For example the ever-growing product range now features cutting edge technology from both brands, such as the new Revolabs FLX UC 1000 conference phone, a unified communications solution that’s compact, supports both USB and VoIP connectivity and even bridges calls between the two,” explains Nimans’ Head of Conferencing Sales, Ian Brindle.
In addition, Nimans’ resellers can now source Yamaha’s YVC-1000 USB microphone and speaker system. This is a scalable audio conference innovation for a wide variety of environments (4 to 40 participants) due to its ability to utilise up to five microphones ‘daisy-chained’ together and an advanced, built-in DSP system.
Also part of Nimans’ portfolio is the multi-award-winning FLX conference phone offering unprecedented levels of freedom by incorporating wireless microphone and speaker technology. Last year saw the introduction of the FLX UC 500 audio conferencing solution, with its “best in class” audio performance changing the price / performance paradigm in huddle room and small-to-medium-sized conferencing environments.
Brindle says all these stylish devices open up new ways for resellers to ‘talk-up’ their conferencing kit-bags.
He concluded: “Revolabs and Yamaha are two highly respected industry names and by joining forces, Nimans’ resellers have a deeper and more dynamic product portfolio to address the needs of their customers and their increasingly mobile-centric workforces.
Conference calls can now take place much more intuitively in a wider range of locations thanks to outstanding audio performance and all-round flexibility.”
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