BCS Global Receives “The New Europe” Magazine’s Fast50 Award

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Award recognises BCS Global’s achievements and strong market leadership in the managed telepresence and visual collaboration space


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BCS Global Networks Limited, a leading worldwide provider of managed videoconferencing, telepresence, and visual collaboration services, announced today that it has been recognized by The New Europe magazine as one of the world’s 50 fastest growing companies.

The Fast50 comprises the new business elite, made up of those whose vision and enterprise shapes the conceptual landscape of finance, technology, investment management, and other growth sectors. These are organizations that have reached the very highest levels of achievement in their respective fields, and are companies who are driving their respective industries forward.

The FAST50 list highlights companies for quality and excellence, and shines a spotlight on those who have both achieved certain levels of excellence, and demonstrated strong leadership.

The New Europe magazine’s dedicated research team follows up on nominations, suggestions, and contributions from both media partners, and the readership of The New Europe to analyze new trends and unearth the brightest pioneers across all sectors.

“We are very pleased to be a recipient of this award,” said Clive Sawkins, CEO of BCS Global. “We provide the most innovative managed visual collaboration services in the market today. Our services are not only transforming the way people work, but also driving impactful usage applications in different industry verticals. This award is a testament to the significant contributions made by our employees, and the incredible support from our clients and partners in shaping BCS Global as a leading provider of managed visual collaboration services.”

Announcing the award, Nicholas Armstrong, Commercial Director at The New Europe said, "We are pleased to announce that The New Europe has chosen BCS Global as a Fast50 company for the year 2012. This award was given to them as a result of the demonstration of excellence in the field of telepresence, taking into account customer satisfaction, as well as developing markets and competitiveness through technology solutions."

About BCS Global
BCS Global Networks Limited is a leading worldwide provider of managed videoconferencing, telepresence and visual collaboration services. BCS Global’s innovative videoconferencing and telepresence solutions enable interactive video collaboration with a superior user experience, allowing participants to connect seamlessly from their telepresence suites, boardroom systems, desktops, laptops, smartphones or tablets.

The company owns a fully deployed Global B2B Video Exchange, and is a proud founding member of the Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC), an exciting initiative of service providers working in collaboration to accelerate the adoption of visual communication in the marketplace. In addition to this, BCS Global has interconnects with various providers globally to provide seamless inter-connectivity and inter-operability for both intra and inter-company video collaboration to its users across the world regardless of their video system, network provider or type of connection.

BCS Global offers a fully managed video service that includes a 24x7x365 global help desk, and comprehensive self-serve and assisted video services. The company’s end-to-end managed solution covers all services related to user support, video networks, video endpoints and video infrastructure.

Headquartered in the UK, with offices in New York City, Toronto, Shanghai and Hong Kong, BCS Global provides end-to-end managed video collaboration services to its customers across the globe in over 85 countries across different industry verticals, and major telecom carriers and their customers globally.

For more information, please visit http://www.bcsglobal.com or connect with BCS Global on YouTube, LinkedIn, and @BCSGlobal on Twitter.

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