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July 13, 2012

Video Guidance Appoints Robin Moore as Senior Account Manager

By Rahul Arora
TMCnet Contributor

Video Guidance, provider of video conferencing, telepresence and audio visual technologies and services, recently appointed Robin Moore as senior account manager in the company’s Milwaukee, Wis. office. A 25-year veteran in technology, video and telecommunications, Moore will be taking care of account management and business development in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Prior to joining Video Guidance, Moore has worked as channel manager in Milwaukee for Symantec (News - Alert) Corporation, and director of national business development for Milwaukee-based Caspian Technology Concepts.

Officials from Video Guidance said that Moore, with her experience, will help the company build on strong Midwest demand in numerous business applications, including distance learning and telemedicine.

Video Guidance is an independent provider of strategic visual communications, offering video conferencing, telepresence and audio visual technologies and services. The company allows organizations of all sizes to discover the unlimited applications that can help them communicate more effectively. 

From ROI analysis and network design, to application development, to training and support, Video Guidance is a one-stop conferencing partner. Video Guidance is an award-winning partner of Tandberg, a Cisco Company. Other strategic alliances include Polycom, LifeSize, VG Communications, Mirial (News - Alert), Conference Plus, netbriefings, Vyopta, VBrick, Extron and WolfVision.

The company is the creator of VG Connect, which helps connect people strategically. The industry-unique integration of video conferencing tools combines HD video, voice, multi-point bridging, streaming and gateway programs into one easy-to-use, cost-effective service.

VG Connect’s array of bundled, cloud-based conferencing services takes the burden of owning, supporting and troubleshooting the technology off of our customers. The firm allows organizations to benefit from world-class technologies to help them significantly increase efficiencies without the financial investment.

And because Video Guidance will manage, support and maintain the services, companies large or small can now compete on an even playing field.

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Edited by Braden Becker

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