Biamp Systems says it has joined the Logitech Collaboration Program as an integration partner in the Complementary Technologies provider track. As such, the audio solutions maker‘s products will provide the audio backbone for video conferencing bundled solutions. As partners, Biamp and Logitech will offer a complete video collaboration experience through integrated and complementary products, according to a Biamp press release.
Announced in 2015, the Logitech Collaboration Program provides a unique framework for delivering high-quality video collaboration experiences across a variety of customer applications. It seems to be a worthy opportunity for Biamp, which enjoys great brand recognition in the integration industry, to partner with Logitech and its mass-market reach.
“Biamp technology is intuitively designed to make it easy for users to come together quickly for successful meetings without compromising audio quality or user experience,” says Jody Thomas, director of business development, Biamp Systems, in the press release.
“Through Logitech’s Collaboration Program, integrated solutions leveraging our innovative products – like Devio and TesiraFORTÉ – and Logitech’s visual and unified communications technology, provide our customers with a comprehensive experience further increasing meeting productivity.”
Meanwhile, bringing Biamp on board certainly adds credibility for Logitech’s video conferencing solutions via its Logitech Collaboration Program.
“We are pleased that Biamp has joined our program,” says Jason Moss, global head of business development, Logitech’s video collaboration group, in the press release. “By closely collaborating with Biamp, we are able to offer a better user experience to our joint customers.”
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As a new member of the Logitech Technology Program, Biamp will bundle its technology with Logitech equipment, which will be available in Q4 of this year, adds the press release.