Audio Visual Machines (AVM), the UK-based visual communications system integrator, has integrated a number of systems in the recently launched Polycom Executive Briefing Centre (EBC) in the City of London.
The seminar room, installed by AVM, has numerous screens and interactive boards to make training effective and easy for presenters to engage the audience. Several other rooms within the centre include video conferencing integrated with displays which are used for executive meetings and as demonstration facilities.
AVM was one of the first users of the EBC, holding its annual Unified Communications Seminar at the briefing centre in late January. “The huge attendance at our seminar demonstrates the importance of unified communications in today’s challenging business market,” said Edward Cook, AVM’s CEO. “We envisage video, voice and data on almost every desktop within the next two years. In turn, this will drive business re-engineering on a huge scale.”