Whitlock, a leading provider of audiovisual and video collaboration solutions, and Modality Systems, communications and collaboration services specialists, have today announced a strategic alliance to help global enterprises plan, deploy, operate and manage Microsoft Teams and support their existing legacy UC and AV investments.
The “Teaming for Teams” global alliance aligns the extensive customer base of the two companies, both Microsoft Gold Partners, with a services portfolio comprising of consulting, infrastructure design, security, global sourcing, delivery, cloud video interop, optimization software, onsite managed service and global helpdesk support.
Julian Phillips, Executive Vice President of Whitlock, commented, “We have worked with Modality for a number of years and have built a strong relationship. Now, this formal alliance enables us to scale our joint offerings to enterprises committed to the global deployment of Microsoft Teams. It’s rare to find two brands highly regarded for their respective expertise and quality joining together in such a powerful partnership.”
Jeremy Clark, Head of International Sales at Modality said, “With video meetings becoming central to the enterprise collaboration experience, the synergy with Whitlock is key to meeting the demands of our global customers. In conjunction with Whitlock, we can provide true end-to-end service capabilities from the meeting room to the Microsoft desktop. With our combined industry-leading services and software, we can propel customers into truly obtaining the benefits of their investment in Microsoft collaboration technologies.”
Modality (booth 2329) and Whitlock (booth 1321) are exhibiting at Microsoft Ignite 2019 in Orlando on November 4-8, 2019. Dedicated UC experts from both companies will be on hand to answer questions about the partnership and to showcase Microsoft Office 365 software and services that deliver return on investment, increase adoption and enhance security.
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