IVCi Achieves Cisco TelePresence Authorized Technology Provider and Advanced Unified Communications Designations

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IVCi has fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy, and support Cisco Unified Communications solutions and TelePresence

Fortune 500 companies with unique requirements have chosen IVCi to integrate their TelePresence systems. Our audio visual expertise has helped these customers successfully address room size issues, expand number of meeting attendees, and meet system portability criteria

IVCi, LLC (http://www.ivci.com), a leading integrator of high-definition video conferencing and telepresence solutions, audio visual systems, and managed conferencing services, announced today that it has achieved both the Advanced Unified Communications Specialization and Cisco TelePresence Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) status from Cisco®. The Advanced Unified Communications Specialization recognizes IVCi as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy, and support comprehensive Cisco Unified Communications solutions. The Cisco TelePresence ATP recognizes IVCi as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy, and support Cisco TelePresence.

"IVCi is proud to add Cisco TelePresence and Unified Communications solutions to our offerings," said IVCi president, Bob Swing. "Our partnership with Cisco will help us better serve our customers, a growing number of whom are recognizing the value of TelePresence and are implementing it in their organizations. Our comprehensive suite of video collaboration services, including system design and installation, managed conferencing services, and custom TelePresence integration, will enhance and expand the deployment of this mission-critical technology."

"Cisco TelePresence changes the entire realm of communications and collaboration," said Richard McLeod, director of unified communications for worldwide channels at Cisco. "As an Advanced Unified Communications Specialized and Cisco TelePresence ATP channel partner, IVCi has made an investment in the sales, technical, and lifecycle services capabilities that our customers need to successfully deploy complete solutions."

"IVCi has offered managed conferencing services to customers of all sizes for over eight years. With the addition of Cisco to our suite of TelePresence offerings, we are pleased to extend our managed services expertise to the Cisco community of customers and partners," said IVCi's SVP of managed conferencing services, Chris Böttger. IVCi's managed services include B2B connectivity, call monitoring and recovery, managing infrastructure products, and call scheduling and launching.

"Fortune 500 companies with unique requirements have chosen IVCi to integrate their TelePresence systems. Our audio visual expertise has helped these customers successfully address room size issues, expand number of meeting attendees, and meet system portability criteria," said IVCi's EVP of sales and marketing, Charles Macli. IVCi has completed designs that include a virtual runway for clothing manufacturers, war rooms for government, and corporate training rooms.

About IVCi:
IVCi, LLC (http://www.ivci.com | http://audiovisual.ivci.com) is a leading integrator of managed enterprise collaboration solutions, including high-definition video conferencing, telepresence, audio visual systems and managed conference services. IVCi makes conferencing and audio visual solutions easy to use, easy to manage, and easy to afford.

About Cisco TelePresence:
The Cisco TelePresence Meeting solution combines the industry's first ultra-high-definition 1080p video with high-quality, wideband spatial audio, imperceptible latency, and comprehensive environmental design. Meeting participants feel as if they are in the same room, even though they may on separate continents. With the ability to see and hear others in ultra-high-definition video and wideband spatial audio, users truly experience the subtleties and nuances delivered by body language, eye contact and facial gestures that make up more than 60 percent of communications. With Cisco TelePresence, participants focus on the meeting and not the technology.

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