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September 21, 2012

Providea Conferencing Opens New Offices in San Clemente, Dallas

By Anshu Shrivastava
TMCnet Contributor

Providea (News - Alert) Conferencing, a global provider of visual collaboration and telepresence technology solutions, revealed it has just opened two new offices in San Clemente, Calif. and Dallas, TX. 

Todd Luttinger, president and CEO at Providea Conferencing, said that it’s important to create a productive work environment for the company’s employees and to have sufficient space to support future growth.

“Our new offices in San Clemente and Dallas were designed to support this effort, as well as create a setting where we can showcase video collaboration and telepresence solutions for customers and prospective clients,” he added.

With the addition of the new locations, the company expects to support its rapid growth and an expanded sales force effort throughout the U.S. The company has collaborated with commercial design architects and its manufacturing partners to design the offices to accommodate a growing workforce. Additionally, these offices will also expand its demonstration capabilities to host customers and prospective clients for meetings, events, and training.

Providea now has a total of 19 offices nationwide and its offices are equipped with technology from Cisco, Polycom (News - Alert), and LifeSize. In addition, clients can meet with representatives at a Providea office for guided demonstrations of some of the latest video conferencing, telepresence and collaboration solutions. 

The company offers a full suite of telepresence and video conferencing solutions, along with comprehensive system and network design consultation and world-class support.

Just last month, the company debuted its Providea Gateway (News - Alert) Service, a new cloud-based service that provides an open video conferencing network to allow B2B connectivity using any enterprise-grade video conferencing device including Cisco, Polycom, LifeSize and consumer-grade endpoints such as Skype (News - Alert) and Google Talk.

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Edited by Jamie Epstein


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