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New Name Comprehensively Reflects Expansion of Global Audio Visual Portfolio


December 06, 2011

A change in its portfolio of communication technology tools and a huge expansion in its services caused Global Audio Visual Inc., to change its name to a more meaningful and relevant “Global Unified Solution Services Inc.” The company’s shareholders and board of directors approved of the change in nomenclature.

Elaborating on the expansion, Shaun Pinto, President of Global Unified Solution Services, said in a press release, “We have listened to our customers and are expanding to serve the demands of a growing business requirement in that of the audio visual, unified communications and smart building technology fields.”

Pinto added that these tools would help customers to address the challenges and opportunities and also allow them to focus and grow their core business.

The change in name brought about a change in portfolios also. In addition to being President of Global Unified Solution Services, Pinto was also appointed as Vice President of Unified Communications. Bertine Jerry was assigned as Vice-President – Audio Visual and Terry Martins P. Eng was appointed as Vice-President – Integrated Building Technology.

All appointments were made keeping in mind the company's overall growth strategy while paying attention to increasing customer and partner business growth.

With the expansion of its services, Global Unified Solution Services Inc, claims to be well positioned to offer its clients seamless integration and access to product, design, consultation, training and programming. In addition its turnkey solutions are expected to satisfy unified communications, audio visual and integrated building technology needs across various sectors of industry.


Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves




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