Nimans launches channel video-as-a-service service

Latest development in comms distie’s ‘Everything Connected’ strategy sees video-as-a-service solution pitched at convergence resellers

Comms distributor Nimans has launched a new cloud-based video-as-a-service offering to target unified comms and convergence resellers keen to add more services to their portfolio.

Described as a “cornerstone” of the firm’s ‘Everything Connected’ strategy, Nimans claims the new service will reinforce its own stature as a converged supply partner, and open up new recurring revenue-based margin streams for the channel.

With pricing starting at £20 per month for a 12 month contract, the solution allows users to connect to HD video meetings over IP, ISDN or SIP, and covers room-based, mobile and desktop video.

“Cost-effective HD videoconferencing and collaboration is now within the reach of every reseller,” said Nimans head of conferencing, Ian Brindle.

“This is a significant step forward for us as a company and most importantly the thousands of resellers we serve…. It’s a simple route into high quality video and secure meeting rooms [and] there are some very attractive margins to be captured,” he added.




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