Fast-growing video conferencing and audio visual specialist Videonations has ‘captured’ a prestigious industry award in recognition of exceptional ‘cloud-based’ sales success and supreme levels of service.

The company was named winner of the Lifesize Cloud Award 2014 ’at Lifesize’s annual EMEA Partner Awards in Ibiza, Spain. Manufacturer Lifesize pioneered HD video communications and is now ‘reimagining’ the video conferencing experience with Lifesize Cloud – a blend of software, hardware, service and user experience.

Lifesize Cloud Award 2014

Lifesize Cloud provides a connected experience for anyone using smartphones, tablets, laptops and especially conference rooms. Delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS), Lifesize Cloud is for organisations that want business-class video collaboration without taxing their budget or IT resources…. and is proving an instant success for Videonations.

“Winning this award is testament to the dedication and passion of our highly skilled team who operate in all four corners of the world and always go the extra mile,” according to Ian Carter, MD at Videonations.

“Cloud-based solutions represent an exciting new chapter for video communications and Videonations is leading the way. It is very gratifying to be recognised for delivering a superior quality communications experience.”

Andreas Wienold, Vice President International for Lifesize, praised Videonations for their overall performance and commented: “Our reseller partners bring tremendous value to Lifesize, and we are proud to honour Videonations with this award. We commend them for both providing quality services to our customers, as well as supporting the tremendous demand we’re seeing for a high quality and reliable connected experience that is affordable and simple to use.”

He added: “Lifesize is truly committed to its channel partners and this award exemplifies the strength of our relationship and the great work our teams have done together. We look forward to supporting the continued success of our customers, and to addressing their demands for business-class, cloud-based video conferencing.”