Wokingham, United Kingdom, June 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Emily Shimell, Marketing & Communications Executive at VideoCentric said, “Following on from many years of success with Tandberg, recently acquired by Cisco, we are proud to have achieved Cisco Select Certification, allowing us to further broaden the portfolio we offer to our customers. Gaining recognition from Cisco in the SMB marketplace, is a step along the way towards offering a complete Unified Communications (UC) portfolio, not just to the larger corporates, but to smaller businesses as well.”
To earn Select Certification, VideoCentric has fulfilled its training and examination requirements in technical and sales, demonstrating that the company has the knowledge and skills to deliver Telepresence, Unified Communications and integrated network solutions to the SMB market.
Miss Shimell added, “VideoCentric’s hard-earned reputation for being a dedicated, reliable and customer orientated company, combined with its knowledge, skills and strong partnerships provides an excellent opportunity for the growth of the Company, and gaining this certification with one of the world’s largest technology companies shows how committed VideoCentric is in pushing forward the boundaries of future communications.”
VideoCentric Ltd is an accredited, independent supplier and installer of the world’s leading brands of video conferencing and telepresence systems, and is one of the most experienced video communications companies in the UK. VideoCentric’s award-winning maintenance programmes and customer care services provide the highest level of technical support available in the UK via our own fully trained and accredited staff.
Built on customer satisfaction, VideoCentric offers the most independent advice and aims to provide a complete end- to-end solution allowing our customers to reduce travel costs, improve business efficiency and reduce carbon emissions leading to a fast Return-on-Investment.
VideoCentric has the most comprehensive high definition interoperability suite in the UK covering nearly all systems from each of the world’s top manufacturers. Partnerships are also in place with leading Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya integrators, enabling it to be at the forefront of the Unified Communications revolution in 2011 and beyond.
VideoCentric’s leading Telepresence, Video Conferencing and Network Infrastructure brands include Cisco (formerly Tandberg & Codian), Polycom, RADVision, Lifesize, AverComm and VCON. These are complimented by Plasmas, LCDs, Cameras, Projectors, Interactive Whiteboards and Streaming/Recording servers by Canon, Sony, SMART, Hitachi, NEC, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Wolfvision, Sanyo, Elmo & Exterity.