Conferencing Zone Week in Review: Revolabs, StarLeaf
Welcome to another weekly look at all the top stories making headlines in the conferencing market this week.
This week conferencing provider StarLeaf announced it was honored with a Customer Value Leadership Award by Frost & Sullivan recently.
The 2016 Customer Value Leadership Award validates the company as a top provider in the EMEA region for video conferencing. The region is expected to see growth into 2019 for video conferencing.
Vaishno Devi Srinivasan, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan commented, “Today’s enterprises require cloud video conferencing service offerings that truly provide flexibility. With its versatile video portfolio, StarLeaf offers integration across its own and third-party endpoints and infrastructure, with a high level of interoperability, reliability, security and ease of use.”
Speaking of increasing growth in the video conferencing markets, another report this week notes projected use of telehealth tools in Asia-Pacific.
Based on findings from Verify Markets, the Asia-Pacific market for healthcare video conferencing in 2015 was valued at $133.3 million and that’s expected to grow by 2022 to over $668.4 million – representing a CAGR of 25.9 percent.
The growth factors include better connectivity, acceptance of new technology lower costs and more value from using the services.
For businesses already using conferencing at their operations, things have gotten a little better since Skype for Business made its debut. Not only does it help make cost cutting and productivity a reality, but it also offers enterprise grade security and works with most all the other tools your business is probably using.
Conferencing provider Revolabs will be taking part in an upcoming industry event to offer advice on how to fix real-world implementation issues for meeting spaces and how factors such as room size and shape play an important role.
Finally, you’ll want to check out this article to see the reasons Revolabs says more support for AVB standard is important for companies and how it brings efficiency to conferencing.
That’s all for this week – be sure to check back for all the latest Conferencing news as it happens. Until next week…