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Sunny Days Ahead as Revolabs Expands Latin America Presence


April 19, 2016

Here in the states we sometimes have a myopic view of what’s going on the world of technology, but some companies know it’s wise to expand that viewpoint. Case in point is conferencing leader Revolabs.

The company that introduced wireless microphones for conferencing communications by allowing unprecedented freedom in meetings, recently announced a new agreement with ScanSource Latin America (LATAM), a value-added distributor of specialty technology products and sales unit of ScanSource, Inc. The agreement calls for Revolabs to distribute its complete line of microphones and UC conference phones in Mexico, Latin America, and South America.

“With this new distribution agreement, ScanSource Latin America will expand Revolabs’ global reach to support the rich opportunities in these markets,” said Rob Claus, director of global channel sales, Revolabs, in making the announcement. “This is an extension of a strong and strategic partnership and commitment between Revolabs and ScanSource, who has been a key partner in supporting our growth and meeting the demands of the global business channel.”

According to both parties, ScanSource LATAM will sell Revolabs’ complete line of wired and wireless microphones systems and UC conference solutions designed for teleconferencing, cloud applications, and huddle rooms. This includes the FLX UC family of conference phones, Executive Elite 4- and 8-channel wireless microphone systems, and Elite wired microphones. ScanSource currently distributes Revolabs products in North America and the European, Mideast and Asian (EMEA) markets.

“We’re extremely proud to broaden our distribution scope of the Revolabs product line,” said Rafael Paloni, president of ScanSource Communications in LATAM. “Revolabs continues to create innovative solutions that are in high demand, and we are committed to providing our resellers with the best, market-leading options available to meet those needs.”

Revolabs is a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation.




Edited by Stefania Viscusi