St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Two leading business solutions providers are joining forces to make teleconferencing and videoconferencing easier for users of Cisco Jabber by eliminating the difficulty of getting diverse collaboration tools to work together.
Integra Asset Management has entered into a strategic partnership with Crestron to distribute an advanced unified collaboration (UC) and infrastructure product called Smart Space for use with Cisco Jabber.
Smart Space is an open architecture turnkey solution that delivers innovative UC and HD video conferencing for multi-person and multi-display situations. Developed by Crestron for use with Cisco conferencing and infrastructure, Smart Space enables businesses and organizations to take control of meetings with its standardized, intuitive user interface.
“This collaboration enables Integra to provide its public and private customers with a user-friendly integration tool that makes collaboration easier and more efficient,” said Carl Bass, Integra Asset Management vice president of business development for the federal division. “We’re excited to be able to team with Crestron to offer this new technology to our business partners.”
Smart Space features an all-in-one plug-and-play design that provides a simple setup and operation, eliminating the time and frustration often associated with trying to get diverse collaboration tools to work together. It is simple to integrate, manage and maintain, with no programming required to save customers time and money.
The distribution agreement covers all Crestron products, including Crestron RL for use with Microsoft Lync. This full-featured Lync-based UC system enables video, voice, interactive content sharing, presence and chat from one touch screen interface.
Integra Asset Management (http://www.integraassetmanagement.com) provides business solutions and products to the commercial and government sectors specializing in collaboration tools and telecommunications services. Our expertise encompasses the complete range of product lifecycle – through procurement, installation, decommissioning and recycling.
Crestron (http://www.crestron.com) is the leading manufacturer of control and automation systems for homes, offices, schools, hospitals, hotels and government facilities. Its products include programmable controllers, touch panels, keypads, and lighting control systems, all of which are designed and made in the United States.
Media Contact: Kathleen Siedlecki, 312-450-3125 or ksiedlecki(at)integra-am(dot)com