Whitlock’s CEO Comments on World Economics Forum & Digital Media

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As the interest in widespread digital media and unified communications continues, Whitlock responds with streamlined global service offerings for larger corporations and government entities. The company offers solutions to design, build and manage audiovisual technology investments across the enterprise. Benefits include removing barriers for collaboration, improving efficiencies and reducing time to market on new business opportunities.

Doug Hall, Whitlock, CEO

Today’s businesses need to be agile and take advantage of global opportunities. Interactive digital solutions and unified communications enable organizations to do this quickly and efficiently.

As the interest in widespread digital media and unified communications continues, Whitlock responds with streamlined global service offerings for larger corporations and government entities. The company offers solutions to design, build and manage audiovisual technology investments across the enterprise. Benefits include removing barriers for collaboration, improving efficiencies and reducing time to market on new business opportunities.

“It is no surprise that digital media was a big topic of discussion at the World Economics Forum last month in Davos,” explains Doug Hall, Whitlock’s CEO. “Today’s businesses need to be agile and take advantage of global opportunities. Interactive digital solutions and unified communications enable organizations to do this quickly and efficiently.”

According to the BBC, leaders at the World Economic Forum addressed ways for coping with debt, managing digital media and technology, dealing with resource problems and implementing green business practices.

“Whitlock and our manufacturing partners can help provide a roadmap for businesses looking to address these important issues in a realistic manner,” states Hall. “We offer businesses a way to balance innovation with expenditures to stay competitive.”

“Our involvement in the Global Presence Alliance helps to solidify our ability to drive and support best practices for businesses on a much larger scale,” states Julian Phillips, Whitlock’s Vice President and Managing Director of its Northeast Region. While attending Integrated Systems Europe in Amsterdam last week, Phillips commented, “We are seeing many global organizations starting to plan for a new reality, where western economies have to do more with less and adopt new business models to survive. The use of audiovisual technologies across the enterprise to reduce travel costs and boost productivity will now be playing a vital role.”

New companies teaming up with Whitlock and the Global Presence Alliance include Godrej, a Mumbai-based innovative product and technology firm and Ayno, an audiovisual solutions firm based in Rome and Milan. These two partners help round out Whitlock’s capabilities to deliver complex digital media solutions for large enterprises and governmental entities with locations in Asia and Europe.

Whitlock is a global leader in AV integration, videoconferencing solutions and managed services. The company helps clients maximize, standardize and protect the value of their audiovisual technology investments. Whitlock has 20 locations across the U.S. and is a founder and partner in the Global Presence Alliance, which provides systems integration, standards, quality control and support for audiovisual services worldwide. http://www.whitlock.com

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