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DataMart Resells Avistar's C3 Desktop Videoconferencing Solution

March 04, 2009

DataMart, a voice, data and video integration company, will add Avistar’s C3 desktop videoconferencing to its family of unified communications solutions.

DataMart services clients throughout the U.S. and Avistar is expecting this deal will make their desktop videoconferencing as popular as other traditional communications tools.
Avistar views DataMart as an important partner in their effort to offer their C3 solutions through the reseller channel, noted Simon Moss, CEO of Avistar. Moss acknowledges the significant role of DataMart in helping its clients drive cost savings, improve business productivity and increase customer satisfaction and loyalty by implementing premier voice, video and data technology solutions.
Business-class videoconferencing provides corporations serious cost savings, improved productivity and return on investment (ROI). Avistar notes a recent Wainhouse Research study, which indicates that one third of the respondents find videoconferencing to reduce the need and cost for travel, and improve collaboration and decision-making. Avistar C3 provides videoconferencing at a fraction of the cost of typical videoconferencing solutions. Avistar C3 also makes videoconferencing easy and approachable for both advanced and novice business users.
“By using Avistar, customers get a totally different videoconferencing experience; one that adds incremental and sustainable value for people to make decisions, bring teams together, improve intimacy with clients and make the supply chain significantly shorter,” said Scott St. Clair, president of DataMart.
Avistar specializes in desktop video communications, and provides proven business-class technology. The company is actively recruiting VARs, resellers and distributors at the Channel Partners Show through March 3 in Las Vegas.
Avistar received its 97th patent in February. The U.S. Patent Number 7,487,210 relates to instant message (IM) systems supporting both text IM and video IM over the Internet. It also involves logging in from an arbitrary communication device and providing popular IM buddy list features.
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Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.

Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tim Gray

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