Video Conferencing adoption continues to accelerate at an amazing pace and organizations throughout the world are taking advantage of this technology to save costs, streamline their business operations, and bring remote teams together like never before. Previous, however, video conferencing was limited to larger organizations with greater budgets and more staff to manage it.  Now as the technology has simplified and the costs associated with getting started have lowered, small to medium businesses can now enjoy these same visual collaboration technologies.

Join Aberdeen Analyst Hyoun Park and IVCi on March 29th at 2 PM Eastern at a webinar that will show you how small and mid-sized organizations successfully defined, identified, and achieved ROI on video.

In this webinar, we will ask a few key questions including:

  • How are room-based, PC-based, and mobile video solutions being used?
  • What is more important for a video conferencing deployment that provides value: purchasing technology or building culture?
  • What is the best way to cut travel costs and take advantage of video?

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Video Conferencing for Business Success – The SMB Guide to Video Conferencing
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Date: Thursday, March 29, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM EDT (US)

“A big congratulations goes out to IVCi.  IVCi is consistently one of Cisco’s largest video partners in both bookings and pipeline.  IVCi was originally handpicked by Cisco channels for their audio visual expertise.  When originally onboarded, IVCi successfully completed the ATP for TelePresence Certification.  Now IVCi has taken the next step on their journey.  IVCi has become a Master Certified Video TelePresence Partner. ”

 “This achievement puts IVCi onto a very short list of partners who have achieved this certification.”

 - Cisco Partner Account Manager

 

IVCi created a custom design for Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business using Cisco’s TelePresence technology. The results are remarkable.

Read the full story here:

http://www.ivci.com/video-conferencing-case-study-duke.html

We are excited to announce that our client Vermont Interactive Television was awarded a 21st Century Best Practice Award in Distance Learning for its extensive video network that connects remote residents throughout the state of Vermont. Working with Polycom, a leading manufacturer of unified communications solutions, IVCi helped architect the IP network and implement multipoint calling with bridging technology for this impressive project.

VIT supports the economic health and development of the state of Vermont-the second least-populated state in the U.S.-and its citizens by providing the technical infrastructure and operational expertise necessary to deliver education, training, and information equally to all areas of Vermont via video.

Today, there are 17 VIT locations throughout Vermont, capable of connecting to anywhere in the world. And, unlike other video conferencing networks that belong to one company, one school district, or one government agency, VIT is available to all Vermonters. Using a tiered pricing system, VIT leases conference time in one-hour increments, enabling nearly 300 organizations and 32,000 people annually to collaborate across the state and around the world, without requiring them to purchase or maintain video equipment.

For the fifth year running, IVCi is proud to announce that we have been recognized by Everything Channel’s CRN magazine as one of America’s top 500 integrators! Details to follow.