AVI-SPL Teams with Blue Jeans Network on Video Conferencing
The company will use the new partnership to enhance its Unify ME Managed Services strategy.
By TechDecisions

Blue Jeans Network is spreading its wealth of video conferencing services. Just last week, the company announced it was combining forces with Intercall. Now, the company has found a new partner in AVI-SPL.

By adding Blue Jeans Network’s cloud-based service to its offering, AVI-SPL will beef up its Unify ME Managed Services strategy. This includes a “meet me” option for users looking to connect meeting rooms, desktops and mobile device running a wide range of popular business and consumer video conferencing endpoints.

Besides the cloud, Blue Jeans Network allows users to communicate using a variety of video solutions. It’s designed to be easy, as well as open and affordable. For instance, the company can connect users with solutions from Cisco, Polycom, LifeSize and Microsoft Lync, as well as Skype and Google, all on a single video call.

“Access to video communications is becoming a must have for companies today,” said Mike Brandofino, executive VP of video and unified communications at AVI-SPL. “Partnering with Blue Jeans Network to bring customers any-to-any self-service conferencing options, along with our high-end managed bridging services, provides organizations the flexibility they need.”

AVI-SPL’s Managed Bridging Services offer a lower cost of entry by purchasing ports and not infrastructure. Other perks include meet-and-greet services, call management and monitoring, streaming and recording capabilities, and more.



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