IVCi was chosen because its IntelliNet MCS® Managed Conferencing Service is well-established and highly reliable.
HAUPPAUGE, NY – February 16, 2009 – IVCi, LLC (www.ivci.com), a leading integrator of enterprise collaboration solutions including high definition video conferencing, telepresence, audio visual integration, and managed conferencing services, announced today that it has been named one of the Best Managed Conferencing Service Providers for 2008 by Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight newsletter.
“IVCi was chosen as one of the best managed conferencing service providers because its IntelliNet MCS® Managed Conferencing Service is well-established and highly reliable, and was used successfully by many large corporate clients last year,” said Richard Line, editor of Telepresence and VC Insight.
IVCi’s Managed Conferencing Service® is a 24/7 VNOC service designed for customers who want a single partner to design, install, and manage their telepresence, high definition video conferencing, and audio visual solutions. IVCi’s Managed Service has delivered over 99.7% meeting reliability for global companies across 86 countries.
“Our goal is to help organizations meet their business objectives more quickly and at a lower cost by leveraging video technology. Through simple processes, automation, reporting tools, and a single point of accountability, IVCi’s Managed Services make video easy to use, reliable, consistent, and scalable. As a result, confidence in the technology increases, clients use it more often, and enjoy a better ROI,” said SVP of IntelliNet MCS Chris Böttger.
IVCi, LLC (http://184.108.40.206/~ivcicom | http://audiovisual.ivci.com) is a leading integrator of managed enterprise collaboration solutions, including high definition video conferencing, telepresence, audio visual and managed conference services. IVCi makes conferencing and audio visual solutions easy to use, easy to manage, and easy to afford.
About Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight Newsletter
Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight is a well established newsletter for the user of Telepresence, videoconferencing and video-enabled unified communication systems. It has reported on the industry from a user perspective since May 1996. It is published on Wednesday of each week at www.vcinsight.com and www.tpandvc-insight.com.
The web site contains a reference data bank of 400 user applications in 25 user vertical categories. Potential users of Telepresence and videoconferencing are invited to examine these case studies in order better understand the benefits of using videoconferencing for themselves.