Exertis targets SME market with Yealink’s video conferencing solutions

Exertis has announced the distribution of Yealink’s video conferencing (VC) series, designed specifically for the SME market.

The Yealink VC range of products are an exciting opportunity for resellers to offer a truly cost effective, enterprise-grade video conferencing solution without high costs or advanced technical expertise, said the distie.

Yealink offers ease-of-use, plug and play video solutions that are affordable and profitable for the channel.

“Yealink delivers a friendly UI with easy-to-use buttons allowing almost all operations to be carried out in just three simple steps,” said Michael Thompson, Exertis UC business manager.

“This means that even small businesses with no specialised IT staff will find the Yealink VC series easy to use. Auto deployment, USB recording, no licenses and no update costs are designed to make installation and operation pain free for both the reseller and end user alike.”

Yealink’s advanced HD video technologies deliver realistic face-to-face communications for all conference participants. These include an 18x optical zoom HD camera and a 360-degree omnidirectional pickup microphone – well suited to the SMB sized meeting and boardrooms. A built-in powerful MCU allows 1080p video between four sites, plus 1080p content sharing.

Exertis will be offering the VC400 solution, VC120 end point, VC110 end point, VC Desktop Client and T49G video phone.

Resellers can take advantage of free certified training, a partner programme and if required on-site technical and sales support from a Yealink VC product specialist.

Ryan McSweeny, Yealink video conferencing product specialist, commented: “Exertis’ breadth of resellers in the SME space, coupled with their expertise in the unified communications market is the perfect combination to promote the Yealink VC range.

“The attractive price and quality of our products ensure that end customers are making a hassle free investment that not only pays for itself very quickly but enriches collaboration and increases business efficiency.”

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