This award validates StarLeaf’s technology innovation and leadership in the video conferencing endpoint market and the hosted/cloud video conferencing market in EMEA, which are expected to grow 9.7% and 20.2% by 2019.
“Today’s enterprises require cloud video conferencing service offerings that truly provide flexibility. With its versatile video portfolio, StarLeaf offers integration across its own and third-party endpoints and infrastructure, with a high level of interoperability, reliability, security and ease of use,” said Vaishno Devi Srinivasan, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “
StarLeaf has demonstrated a high degree of innovation, which is essential for the interoperability between multiple modes of connectivity, StarLeaf’s cloud platform provides unlimited scalability. The company’s management capabilities are highly commendable as they deliver a single unified interface across an affordable, easy to use and robust range of video conferencing solutions for meeting rooms, small collaboration spaces and personal use.
Frost & Sullivan goes to great lengths to assess the customer value and functional superiority of StarLeaf’s OpenCloud. Applauding the company’s ability to deliver solutions that do not ask customers to compromise. Frost & Sullivan places great emphasis upon how StarLeaf safeguards investments in legacy video equipment, offers native room systems and integration for Skype for Business, and how it serves everyone by providing free access to its Breeze software client. Likewise, Frost & Sullivan goes to great lengths to assess the customer value and functional superiority of StarLeaf’s OpenCloud that leverages StarLeaf’s cloud as a platform for unified communications services.
“We are honoured to receive this prominent award from Frost & Sullivan,” said Mark Loney, StarLeaf’s CEO. “Such recognition validates all of our hard work, engineering ingenuity and importantly recognizes the value that we bring to our customers and the market.”