AGT, has announced that it is powering Pipeline Video Solutions’ cloud-based video conferencing solutions with its video-as-a-service platform, in a white-label arrangement.
Pipeline, a cloud-based video conferencing and unified communications (UC) provider, plans to sell its branded cloud video solutions to the small- and medium-sized business (SMB) and enterprise markets. The goal is to extend video conferencing from the traditional conference room to a variety of video-enabled devices and endpoints in the cloud. Pipeline also has custom apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play for tablets and smartphones.
AGT managed the entire enablement and application process for Pipeline. “We are thrilled to partner with Pipeline Video Solutions, a company truly dedicated to the emerging video conferencing space for SMBs, an underserved market that can now experience affordable video in the cloud by working with Pipeline,” explained Mark Cray, executive vice president of global sales and marketing at AGT. “Service providers like Pipeline are discovering the benefits of our partner program, such as driving additional revenue, improving gross margins and increasing brand value with custom iOS and Android apps. With Pipeline’s expertise and existing customers, we have no doubt they will continue their success with new video offerings made possible by AGT.”
“We spent six months evaluating the emerging video conferencing market. When we categorized the most important customer components and features, AGT’s offering was the only solution that met every element on our top list – ease-of-use, reliability, security, recording, firewall traversal – all the way up to mobile and interoperability with multiple devices and operating systems,” said Lance Littlejohn, president of Pipeline Video Solutions. “But, that was not the only factor. We evaluated the company itself. We knew we had to pick a software solution provider that was both innovative and furiously committed to the evolution of their technology. AGT was the conclusive winner.”