Westcon-Comstor has launched its own VaaS cloud HD video conference service. Operating under the GoldSeal brand, and powered by Videxio.
The service enables reseller partners to enter the rapidly growing VaaS market and offer a professional HD quality, highly-scalable and interoperable cloud solution, backed by Westcon’s global support capabilities. Reseller partners benefit from swift entry into a growth market, high margin, recurring revenues, white-label options, and no up-front investment requirement.
Wayne Mason, EMEA UCC General Manager, Westcon said: “Demand for cloud video-conferencing is growing rapidly as organisations seek more efficient, collaborative ways of working. With Westcon’s services and support allied to Videxio’s high-performance, interoperable and secure video collaboration platform, GoldSeal gives partners a fully-featured, low-cost, high-reward route into this rapidly growing market. Because GoldSeal integrates with existing UC and video systems, such as Polycom, Avaya, Cisco, and Skype for Business, partners can swiftly and efficiently add-value through the agility and mobility capabilities of a cloud service. Customers can empower more effective collaboration throughout their organisations as a result.”
“We are excited to be partnering with Westcon-Comstor. We believe that Westcon’s outstanding support offering and global presence, coupled with the Videxio cloud videoconferencing service is a winning combination, both for customers and for Westcon’s reseller partners. We have been selling our service through reseller and channel partners since 2011 and we offer a wealth of experience and a global service for partners. Our partners can focus on taking care of their customers and we’ll take care of the rest; a future-proof cloud video service with no operational or financial risk” added Henning Herdal, President EMEA & APAC, Videxio.
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