Human Productivity Lab Announces “Visual Collaboration Dream Team”

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Adds Prominent Visual Collaboration and Videoconferencing Experts, Including CEOs and Inventors, in Europe and the United States to Consulting team.

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The HPL team is now comprised of eleven consultants with diverse specialties within the fields of videoconferencing, telepresence, robotic telepresence, streaming media, unified communications, and visual collaboration.

The visual collaboration consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) is pleased to announce the addition of an internationally renowned team of experts to significantly expand the Lab’s consulting capabilities for enterprise clients and vendors/service providers.

The HPL team is now comprised of eleven consultants with diverse specialties within the fields of videoconferencing, telepresence, robotic telepresence, streaming media, unified communications, and visual collaboration. The group comprises a talent pool that includes multiple former CEOs/company founders, multiple inventors and intellectual property developers, and specialists in the design, implementation, and adoption of visual collaboration solutions.

Howard Lichtman, HPL founder and president states: “We now have experts and capabilities to help organizations of any size and our team will be focused on engagements for end-users, investors and vendors/service providers.”

For enterprise clients the Lab has the ability to create/improve/expand any size visual collaboration program from building an internal Video Network Operations Center (VNOC) or video call center to designing a global inter-company visual collaboration program to connect with partners, vendors, and customers. The Lab can help develop VNOC personnel, generate specific playbook workflow processes, manage RFP generation and bid management, and provide VNOC services curriculum and training.

For vendors and service providers, the lab has the expertise to create companies, products, services, and intellectual property. The Lab also has the expertise to assist with product positioning and strategy, corporate development.

For investors, the Lab can assist with due diligence on companies in the visual collaboration industry.

Multiple Human Productivity Lab consultants will be available to meet with potential clients and partners at the InfoComm tradeshow in Orlando, Florida the week of June 10-14th.

The HPL team now includes:

Scott AllendeVaux     
London, England    
UC Enterprise Architecture
Building Enterprise VNOC’s
Keynote Speeches on Emerging Technology

Rebekah AllendeVaux
London, England
RFP Management
Vedo Programmes Playbooks & Training
Building Enterprise VNOCs

Michael Baker
Denver, Colorado
Visual Collaboration

Sanford Dickert
London, England & San Francisco, California
Mobile Telepresence
Remote Presence
Telepresence Robotics    

Bryan Hellard
West Chester, Ohio
Telepresence & Videoconferencing Product Design     
R & D Prototyping Design    
Computer Aided Design

Andy Howard    
Madison, Connecticut
Enterprise Webcasting and Video Streaming
Unified Communications             

Doug Howard    
Northern Virginia / Washington DC
Security, Business Continuity and Governance
Visual Collaboration Strategy Creation and Execution
M&A and Business Integration

Howard Lichtman
Northern Virginia/Washington DC
Visual Collaboration Solution Design
Visual Collaboration for Agile Software Development & Scrum
Investor Due Diligence

Tom Luketich
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
EMEA Business Development
– Channel / End User / VAR Integrator
New Product Launches & Campaigns
Launching Start-up companies    

David Maldow
Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Visual Collaboration Project Management
Interoperability & Testing
Technical Writing

Richard Tucker
London, England
Unified Communications Strategies
Solution Selection & Procurement
Implementation Management

About the The Human Productivity Lab
The Human Productivity Lab is the leading consultancy for organizations looking to cost-effectively deploy and future-proof telepresence and visual collaboration. The Human Productivity Lab offers telepresence end-user firms, vendors, and investors a host of advisory services including: Equipment Acquisition, Managed Services & Network Consulting; RFI & RFP Preparation; Telepresence and Visual Collaboration Strategy; Investor Due Diligence; and Best Practice Assessments. The Lab also publishes Telepresence Options, the #1 publication focused on telepresence and visual collaboration.

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