Story image

BlueJeans triumphs at annual Frost & Sullivan APAC ICT awards

10 Jul 17

​BlueJeans Network has brought home the 2017 Asia Pacific Cloud Video Collaboration Service Provider of the Year award from Frost & Sullivan.

Presented at the annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards Banquet on July 6 in Singapore, the award is testament to BlueJeans’ continued innovation in the field.

Research analyst of Digital Transformation for Asia Pacific at Frost & Sullivan, Ms. Zi Ning Chong says BlueJeans has continued to remove the barriers across various video conferencing systems, platforms and devices as users expect simplicity and interoperability.

This is in addition to the company’s seamless portfolio that has empowered enterprises to unlock synergy and made video conferencing a simplified and affordable experience.

“Over the years, BlueJeans has expanded its Asia-Pacific reach by establishing strategic partnerships with system integrators and collaboration service providers,” says Chong.

“Its rapidly growing and increasing brand awareness across Asia-Pacific countries has emerged as a key differentiator against its competitors because customers want to work with proven vendors.”

Chong adds that despite a highly competitive market, BlueJeans has managed to sustain its growth momentum by providing best-in-class cloud solutions that are tightly aligned with customer needs for immersive video meeting experiences.

Managing director for BlueJeans in Asia Pacific, James Brennan says the award celebrates the dedication and hard work their team and partners across Asia Pacific have put in, all playing a key role in helping them achieve this recognition by delivering service and integration support to their joint customers.

“This award truly showcases BlueJeans’ capabilities as the leading enterprise video meetings platform and validates our vision and strategy for the APAC region,” says Brennan.

“We are dedicated to furthering our growth and expansion into Asia-Pacific.”

Brennan says through the remainder of 2017 and beyond they will continue to focus on delivering the highest quality collaboration solutions at the best possible value to more customers in more countries, together with their partners.

The recipients of the annual Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific ICT Awards were identified based on an in-depth research conducted by Frost & Sullivan's analysts. The award categories offered each year are carefully reviewed and evaluated to reflect the current market landscape and include new emerging trends.

The short-listed companies were evaluated on a variety of market performance indicators which include revenue growth; increase in market share; leadership in product innovation; marketing strategy and business development strategy.

The tech that helped the first woman to sail around Australia
Lisa Blair used devices from supplied by Pivotel to aid her in becoming the first woman to circumnavigate Australia non-stop.
Why there will be a battle for the cloud in 2019
Cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, and Google will likely find themselves in a mad scramble to gain additional enterprise customers.
Mercury Energy sells smart meter business for $270m
“Metrix’s large installed meter base, deep customer relationships and innovation platform, make this a natural acquisition."
IDC: Manufacturing, retail/wholesale biggest cloud spenders
"Industry cloud growth rates will continue to accelerate over the next three years, which is very unusual for multi-billion-dollar markets,”
Dell EMC embeds security in latest servers
Dell EMC's 14th generation of PowerEdge servers has comprehensive management tools to provide security across hardware and firmware.
Hands-on review: The Logitech R500 laser presentation remote
With a clever ergonomic design, you’ll never have to glance at the device, unless you deliberately look to use the built-in laser pointer to emphasise your presentation.
Review: Should you buy the Fitbit Charge 3?
If you are new the to the world of wearables you might be wondering if Fitbit’s new offering is a good first step. Maybe I can help with that.
The disaster recovery-as-a-service market is on the rise
As time progresses and advanced technologies are implemented, the demand for disaster recovery-as-a-service is also expected to increase.