Embedded video communications pioneer Vidyo today announced its partnership with Computacenter. Computacenter will now offer VidyoCloud to their customers across the United Kingdom, France and Germany to provide greater efficiency in operational costs, flexibility and agility for IT leaders.
“Partnering with Computacenter was a natural fit for us, as they have a sterling reputation and a thriving business, and we share the same vision in terms of the value of video,” said Bob Smith, Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Vidyo. “We are very happy to help Computacenter customers connect closely and consistently, and achieve their overall communications goals.”
Along with many other components of their business, enterprise customers are increasingly moving their communications to the cloud, eliminating inefficient operational overhead. Vidyo recently launched VidyoCloud, a video conferencing as a service (VCaaS) offering and announced its cloud-based API platform for developers, Vidyo.io, opening up exciting new possibilities and access for video-enabled applications.
“Video conferencing has moved from the boardroom to everyday devices, running on any and all networks. We are excited to advise and support our customers in their journey to the Digital Workplace, with IT designed for people. Vidyo’s technology is right at the forefront of this shift, and is a very powerful addition to the portfolio of Digital Workplace solutions that Computacenter delivers to our customers,” added Jamie Allender, Computacenter Head of Workplace & Collaboration, UK.
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