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SimpleSignal Certified by Polycom

January 28, 2013

SimpleSignal has joined the ranks of RealPresence Environment Certified service providers. The SimpleSignal Channel Managers were recognized by Polycom (News - Alert) as Qualified Representatives of the video conferencing solution, helping SimpleSignal provide the best Video-as-a-Service offering it can with the help of Polycom’s RealPresence environment.


Polycom’s RealPresence Environment Sales Track offers a complete and comprehensive overview of the RealPresence environment. This ranges from the supported video endpoints to the desktop and mobile applications to immersive telepresence, as well as financing options that may be helpful.

Environment Sales Track is offered by Polycom University, which also offers live or online targeted training content. Through a combination of lectures, presentations, and hands-on exercises, it provides its students with knowledge of Polycom’s products, solution-based problem resolution, and the video collaboration systems it offers.

“As part of our strategic partnership with Polycom, we feel this certification allows our channel managers to provide best in class service not only to our existing customers but also to our channel partners and their customers,” says Michael Sterl, Executive VP of SimpleSignal (News - Alert).

“As we continue to improve SimpleSignal’s Video-as-a-Service (VaaS) offering, it is critical that all members of our team understand the interoperability of the Polycom RealPresence environment with our service.”

Being certified by Polycom is a badge of pride, indicating a company’s commitment and expertise. With this, it can continue to focus improving and expanding its hosted video communication and collaboration, providing reliable services its customers can depend on.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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