IVCi Launches Next generation of Managed Conferencing Services

Ensures video meetings are successful every time

By Kristine Hegglin
Updated: February 26, 2011

IVCi, a market leader in the integration of managed enterprise collaboration solutions, recently launched their next generation of managed conference services. The all new next generation conferencing solution is called Managed Video Experience or MVE. IVCi’s MVE solution allows people to meet face-to-face by enabling video meetings through telepresence, the desktop or high definition video. Not only does IVCi’s MVE solution enable easy and successful meetings but, the solution helps businesses save of employee travel expenses. In a global economy where remote employees and traveling executives are commonplace, MVE bridges the gap between people and technology.

With IVCi’s MVE, businesses don’t need to administer the solution or manage technical functions because IVCi takes care of both, saving businesses time and money. MVE is an efficient solution that offers ROI from the start. IVCi has a ten year reputation for managing numerous and successful organizational video environments. Besides high-definition video conferencing, IVCi leads the industry in audio visual systems, telepresence, and managed conference services. IVCi is headquartered in the state of New York and they have offices located all over the United States. IVCi’s MVE solution is currently available to customers for immediate implementation.
 

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