LifeSize Receives 2009 Asia Pacific Emerging Video Conferencing Vendor of the Year Award
February 05, 2010
Analyst and research firm Frost & Sullivan has awarded the 2009 Asia Pacific Emerging video conferencing vendor award to LifeSize Communications, a dealer in high-definition video communications and telepresence.
Frost & Sullivan said LifeSize was awarded for being a top emerging company as for showing outstanding management, superior market growth, exceptional customer service and the ability to combine technology and successful strategic initiatives.
LifeSize also exhibited exceptional know-how to take advantage of market changes by deploying newer methodologies within available competitive landscape.
Officials with Frost & Sullivan have said that LifeSize has a robust set of video conferencing solutions that meet the requirements of Asia Pacific customers exceedingly well in this recessionary environment, and its high growth in the market reflects this.
There is growing demand for video conferencing products from price conscious customers in high growth Asian markets such as Japan, China, Australia and India, and LifeSize officials said it has the ideal solutions to fulfill this demand.
Frost & Sullivan said it expects LifeSize to maintain a high growth rate in the Asia Pacific region because of its continued product development and technical innovation.
LifeSize said it has designed a revolutionary architecture purpose-built for high definition video communications. Using the most advanced technology, the company delivers what it calls “the ultimate in quality, flexibility, and price performance.”
Its video conferencing products feature an easy-to-use, intuitive interface that invites interaction and encourages use and dramatically increased usage means enhanced communication and greater productivity which in turn will result in demonstrable ROI.
Simon Claringbold, vice president of Asia Pacific Sales for LifeSize Communications said that LifeSize is honored to be selected by Frost & Sullivan for this award. Since they introduced the first high definition video communications system to the market in 2005, the company has continued to drive superior quality of experience, unique flexibility and unmatched price performance in their HD solutions, Claringbold said. As evidenced by the double-digit growth of the video communications market, customers are adopting video communications to change the way they work and live.
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Edited by Marisa Torrieri