Vidyo Recognized in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant

Vidyo, a leader in integrated video collaboration technology, today announced that it has been named a visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Meeting Solutions.

“A pioneer of the video conferencing industry, Vidyo has a long legacy of innovation, breaking new ground and setting the standards for video communications since 2005,” the company touted in this morning’s media release.

“We are pleased to be named a visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Meeting Solutions,” said Vidyo CEO Eran Westman. “Advances in digital technology have made it vastly easier to transact, but digital interactions lack the human touch. Sometimes that’s great, but some interactions still require a face-to-face connection particularly if they are complex or emotional. Video adds an extra dimension to customer engagement, increasing satisfaction and delivering better outcomes to businesses and their customers. We’re proud to be recognized for our vision.”

Vidyo customer Diamond Credit Union enhances the member experience by re-creating the in-branch experience remotely. The benefits went beyond what was anticipated, when a hearing-impaired member was thrilled to be able to utilize lip-reading over video while speaking with a mortgage expert.

The company says that Vidyo-powered technology at the Children’s Hospital of Colorado recently helped a mother keep her job when one of her twins was diagnosed in-utero with a life-threatening heart defect. The mother avoided 8-hour drives to see a fetal cardiologist by undergoing ultrasound examinations locally while connecting to the specialist on video, and successfully delivered her babies.

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