Poly’s portfolio includes audio and video conferencing, headsets, SIP endpoints and cloud services.
“Poly presents our resellers with a great opportunity to fulfil the increasing trend for collaborative and flexible working practices. Companies of all sizes are demanding high quality, audio and video solutions that can be easily deployed and managed in a variety of spaces from the board room to huddle rooms and the home office. Poly can offer a premium experience either on premise, in the cloud or hybrid and is a great addition to our UC portfolio,” said Gareth Bray, Exertis’ enterprise commercial director.
Exertis has successfully sold Poly’s market leading range of headsets for more than twenty years. The new Poly brand, which was unveiled in March this year, leverages the audio and video expertise of Plantronics and Polycom and its breadth of smart endpoints that connect across and between unified communications platforms to reduce distractions, complexity and distance in the modern workspace.
Exertis will offer resellers pre and post sales support, leveraging its dedicated teams and expertise in UC, AV and networking. According to Research and Markets, there are 32.4 million huddle rooms globally, with less than 2% video enabled. Grand View Research valued the global video conferencing market at $3.4 billion in 2017, expecting to grow at a CAGR of 9.2% from 2018 to 2025.
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