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Nureva appoints Peripheral Vision as distributor for SA

Solutions coming to South African corporate, education and government sectors

Nureva has announced the appointment of Peripheral Vision as its distributor in South Africa. The company has already begun to introduce Nureva’s audio conferencing solutions to the South African market, where there is an increasing need for reliable audio to support the country’s growing hybrid working and learning environments. Peripheral Vision is well equipped to rapidly expand its sales to business, government and education institutions.

As people across South Africa head back into offices and classrooms, many others will continue working and learning from home, at least part of the time. According to a recent study of 209,000 participants in 190 countries, 53 percent of South Africans said their preference is to work from home at least occasionally, with 44 percent saying they want to work fully remotely compared to a global average of 24 percent. Both scenarios require reliable audio to support remote participants, and Peripheral Vision is well positioned to accelerate adoption of Nureva’s breakthrough audio solutions throughout South Africa.

“We see a huge need in South Africa for an audio conferencing solution like Nureva’s, and we are excited to add Nureva audio to our portfolio,” said Wynand Langenhoven, Peripheral Vision’s CEO. “Nureva fills a significant gap in the conferencing industry with its reliable full-room audio coverage at a lower cost than ceiling microphone technology. Unlike most traditional high-end audio products, Nureva systems are also much easier to deploy and maintain.”

Nancy Knowlton, Nureva CEO added: “We are delighted to have Peripheral Vision introduce Nureva audio to the South African market. We look forward to working with them to address the critical need for audio conferencing solutions that support the long-term trend of hybrid working and learning.”