Glowpoint Receives Telepresence & Video Conferencing Insight Award

By Lori Shepherd
Updated: March 01, 2011

Glowpoint Receives Telepresence & Video Conferencing Insight Award

With many business owners and key decision makers seriously considering or recently choosing telepresence and video conferencing solutions to host sales force meetings, training sessions, and other routine business meetings, it appears that Glowpoint, Inc., stands out among its competition. According to the Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight newsletter, Glowpoint, of Murray Hill, New Jersey, was named the “2010 Best Managed Conferencing Services Provider.”

Glowpoint, which earned the newsletters distinction for 4 consecutive years, was chosen again in 2010, after the newsletter’s editor evaluated various companies’ service offerings. What stood out for the editors were qualities many business owners and other end users typically find most attractive , namely providing global service and 24/7 support, happy customers, how innovative the service offering are, how easy it is to use the service, and the price performance. According to Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight editors, Glowpoint not only delivered on each of these points, but the company also has a track record of satisfied customers and reputation for providing excellent service and which has been recognized within the industry.

Furthermore the Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight editor Richard Line remarked that, “Glowpoint met all of these standards and stood out as one of the definitive leaders in delivering a complete cloud-based, B2B service that offers cross platform and cross network collaboration through its Open video platform.”

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