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Polycom addresses demand for technology in Kerala, India

24 Jan 2017

Polycom is a global leader in unified communication and collaboration and has recently addressed the increased demand in Kerala, India, for technology.

The aim is reportedly to enable workforces to be connected from anywhere and with improvement in network infrastructure in Tier 2 cities across India this adoption is now allowed.

Polycom video collaboration solutions have delivered improved efficiency and productivity benefits to many organisations in India for over 25 years.

By showcasing benefits to leading corporations in Kerala, Polycom is hoping to partner with government, healthcare and retail sectors for business growth.

With over 7000 partners, this company has one of today's most comprehensive ecosystems.

Polycom is also very committed to working with its partners to deliver to customers the most comprehensive set of unified communications (UC) solutions.

The company works with UC providers that organisations know and trust, ensuring solutions are interoperable with the industry’s most popular business tools and most common UC environments.

Polycom is also teaming with these industry leaders to natively integrate its standards-based RealPresence Platform with their customers' current UC infrastructures.

In doing so, the company hopes to make it easy for people to communicate face to face with the applications and devices they use every day.

Polycom’s distributors within India include, Arvind Ltd-Telecom Division, Inspira Enterprise India Pvt, Beetel Teletech limited, Beetel Corporate Center, Presto Infosolutions and Cadensworth (India) Limited. 

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