proAV reveals new website, future plans2 August 2010
The AV systems and support provider has launched a new website following an extensive rebranding exercise. Designed by Southampton-based studio 3 Men and a Suit, the new web presence is said to reflect the increasing market trend towards superior conferencing, communications and presentation solutions.
Designed to make it easier to explore the range of current AV solutions, the site also includes prominent coverage of proAV’s newly launched Global Reach Programme, which encompasses a host of support services for overseas clients.
Mike Phillpot, marketing and multimedia coordinator at proAV, put the new site in context: "When the time comes for businesses to acknowledge that there are smarter ways to communicate with their partners in our increasingly global markets, we want to introduce those options with clarity and reasoning. Our clients and visitors now have a unique ability to navigate through a website that defines today’s remarkable technologies for use in specific vertical sectors and then presents tailored solutions that draw in our world-class skills, resources and products. This is undoubtedly the way to explore and showcase AV online."
Further announcements are due in the near-future, as Danny Rogers – proAV’s video communications sales manager – told IE: "On 9 September at the proAV Launch of Launches event [to be held in London, venue TBC], the organisation will celebrate the official launch of its alliance with vpod; a union that is delivering modular conferencing solutions to clients who are demanding increasingly versatile meeting facilities.
"At the same event, proAV will unveil a portfolio of new managed video communications services that are designed to deliver high-quality, on-demand videoconferencing capabilities to organisations without the need for bridges, hosting or bandwidth.
"These specialist management and hosting solutions require no capital expenditure or in-house technical expertise, and are backed by proAV’s 24/7 global resource that support entire videoconferencing infrastructures."