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August 14, 2012

Force 3 Forms Alliance with VSGi

By Rahul Arora
TMCnet Contributor

Force 3, a company that delivers federal security, unified communications, networks, data center, and medical imaging solutions, recently announced in that it has entered a partnership agreement with VSGi.

According to the terms of the partnership, VSGi will integrate its Telepresence (News - Alert) and AV solution with Force 3 solutions to broaden and enhance its video solution offering. As a result, customers will be able to avail a richer, broader, more complete collaborative capability.

With over 20 years of experience, VSGi has helped over 5,000 unique clients implement successful communications strategies in over 10,000 locations by offering the most comprehensive equipment, network and services portfolio in the industry.

VSGi’s extensive portfolio of managed services including, project design, implementation, proactive monitoring, ongoing maintenance and technical support services provides its customers a customizable solution to meet mission critical communications needs.

“Together, Force 3 and VSGi are positioned to offer industry leading end-to-end unified communications solutions to customers nationwide, said James Copperthite, VP of Sales and Marketing at VSGi. “We are thrilled about the partnership, which allows us to deliver a superior solution and experience to the customer.”

Force 3 is the trusted provider of data center, communication and collaboration, borderless networks, cyber security services, and medical imaging solutions for Federal agencies, enterprise organizations and its key partners.

 “At present, it’s difficult to find a partner that encompasses all aspects of video deployments under one roof,” said Mike Greaney, VP of Sales at Force 3. “This combined alliance will provide a single source with unified communications experience and will provide our customers with a broader array of video capabilities and solutions.”

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Edited by Brooke Neuman


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