Professional displays specialist BenQ has announced that it has partnered with Zoom Video Communications “to deliver certified interactive display solutions that encompass the platform’s video conferencing and chat services, remote screen sharing, content collaboration and whiteboarding functionality”.
The company says the move will bring more flexibility and connectivity to collaboration environments such as corporate meeting rooms, home office spaces and education facilities. Functionality supports touch free working environments in digital signage spaces, with the hardware and software solution “reflecting the dynamic nature of modern communications and enabling interactions in a Covid safe way”.
“Partnerships with technology leaders such as BenQ are key to our mission of delivering high-quality visual communications for the world,” said Jeff Smith, head of Zoom Rooms, Zoom Video Communications. “Together, we can help businesses and individuals overcome today’s challenges to build toward tomorrow’s success.”
The partnership will see Zoom become a standard feature across BenQ’s portfolio of flat panels, digital signage and interactive displays. In addition, BenQ has further strengthened its software partnerships to include Microsoft, TeamViewer, Meeting Room 365, Blizz, Amazon Web Service (AWS) and VMware.
“The BenQ interactive flat panel and digital signage portfolio now has full interoperability with the premium brands forging our new normal to take collaboration to the next level, support hybrid working structures and ensure full connectivity with existing business infrastructures,” explained Royce Lye, BenQ UK managing director for UK&I.
“Our certified status with this range of companies makes the BenQ platform agnostic, allowing us to support our customers through whichever platform their organisation is utilising.”