British broadliner Northamber PLC has signed a partnership agreement with Lifesize, a global innovator of video collaboration and meeting productivity solutions. The agreement will see Northamber promote and distribute Lifesize’s range of video conferencing solutions in the UK.
Lifesize combines best-in-class, cloud-based video conferencing service and apps with integrated hardware to foster collaboration, productivity and interoperability in both meeting rooms and remote work environments. Recognised as Frost & Sullivan’s Cloud Video Conferencing Vendor of the Year, Lifesize leads the industry in customer satisfaction and introduced the world’s first 4K video conferencing meeting room systems and 4K service architecture.
“We are pleased to have Northamber join the Lifesize Partner Program to expand the availability of Lifesize solutions and services in the UK & Ireland”, said Jens Vang Lauridsen, Vice President of UK & Ireland at Lifesize. “We realise the tremendous value our partners bring to Lifesize and are committed to providing them with a fully encompassing channel program that supports and rewards their efforts and contributes to their ultimate business success.”
Peter Dosanjh, Director of AV at Northamber, commented: “Lifesize is one of the leading brands in video conferencing technology; it’s been rated the best-in-class for video, audio and content sharing clarity. Lifesize delivers an unmatched unified meeting experience that you can trust to work the first time, every time. We are extremely excited to be working with the Lifesize team and look forward to offering our reseller partners new and innovative video conferencing solutions.”
Roy Martin, Head of AV Solutions at Northamber, commented: “Lifesize’s success as a video conferencing player is well documented. By integrating their meeting room systems and cloud services, we can enable every person and every conference room to achieve amazing video conferencing. This development comes at a great time for Northamber, as demand for a wide range of workspace collaboration solutions is ever increasing in the UK.”