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September 24, 2012

Providea Conferencing Opens Two New Offices in Texas and California

By Oliver VanDervoort
Contributing Writer

Providea (News - Alert) Conferencing knows that in order for the company to continue to be successful, they need to expand. To that end, the company has just announced that they are about to open offices in two new locations. The two new offices, in San Clemente, California and Dallas, Texas will help the company facilitate the same kind of growth and success they have seen over the last few years.

The company has seen an expanded sales force over the last year thanks in large part to a grand total of 19 different branch offices. The company has been working with several commercial design architects as well as several manufacturing partners in order to put together the best space they possibly can. The new offices are designed to enhance their presentation capabilities. These new offices will be able to better host clients who come in to see Providea’s work.

“It’s important to create a productive work environment for our employees and to have sufficient space to support future growth”, said Todd Luttinger, president and CEO of Providea Conferencing.

Adding, “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.”

Providea’s offices house some of the top technology in the business, thanks in large part to their partnerships with Cisco, Polycom (News - Alert) and LifeSize. The offices and high technology allow for Providea to show potential clients that they offer the best presentation and video conferencing tech around. 

The company can also show potential clients how they might be able to add what Providea can offer when it comes to implementing the top notch technologies into their own offices and work environments. Providea Conferencing uses the newest telepresence technologies to show their clients how they can move those companies forward.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman


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