Avocor teams up with Lenovo for seamless collaboration

At Enterprise Connect, collaboration display solution company, Avocor announced an alliance with Lenovo to enable seamless integration of Avocor interactive displays across Lenovo Enterprise clients and expand Avocor's market presence. 

As part of the alliance, Lenovo will include Avocor in itsVendor Label Hardware Program this spring, which includes listing Avocor displays for purchase through Lenovo global sales. Lenovo smart meeting room solutions help conduct and manage meetings, technology and information quickly and simply, allowing participants to focus on exchanging ideas, being creative and effective communication. 

Joe Mingori, Executive Director, WW Lenovo Smart Office Business Groupsaid, "Lenovo is committed to be a leader in smart office technology and help define these collaborative workspaces through innovative solutions that solve customer problems. Avocor's strategic vision and its collaboration displays with the Lenovo Smart Office portfolio is a major step in making technology seamless to use, which enables teams to focus on driving better engagement and enabling smarter business." 

Avocor and Lenovo are working to co-develop solutions for collaboration spaces and will also include Avocor's existing E series, F series and the new Windows collaboration displays by Avocor. Capable of significantly enhancing and accelerating teamwork as well as room and device monitoring through its Azure IoT sensors, the Windows collaboration displays by Avocor features advanced touchscreen technology and is fully compatible with Windows 10, delivering the power and productivity of Microsoft 365 at room scale.

Avocor and Lenovo are currently validating equipment to provide guidance to Enterprise clients about matching the ideal interactive display with compute for each environment, from conference rooms to executive offices to huddle and casual spaces. The robust Lenovo compute & Smart Office portfolio combined with the precision and touch of the Avocor displays enables the most seamless and powerful collaboration experience for any size room across your Enterprise.

Dana Corey, Avocor GM said, "the collaboration with Lenovo is in line with Avocor's focus to develop the most innovative products in the collaborative display and smart office space and to get them to work seamlessly with the best and most effective UC hardware and software tools. We're eager to work with Lenovo to enable solutions that make it possible for local, distributed and global teams to effectively and efficiently work together and do more."

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