Collaboration tech firm Polycom launches first Solution Center in Bangkok
AMERICAN multinational collaboration firm Polycom has launched its first Solution Center in Bangkok, which aims to deliver hands-on, interactive demonstrations of their products.
Polycom, which is based in San Jose, California, develops video, voice and content collaboration and communication technology. According to the company, over 400,000 companies and institutions globally use their solutions to increase productivity and overall improve their businesses.
The move to open a brick-and-mortar center in Thailand is part of Polycom’s strategic growth plans in the country, as it seeks to expand its portfolio and offerings.
“Customers will be able to gain better insights of how Polycom’s collaboration tools can remove barriers to productivity by using customized solutions according to their organizational needs,” said the company.
“The tools will also allow Thai businesses to develop digital work habits for their organization that can help drive greater productivity gains, increased efficiency, cost savings as well as retaining and attracting talent.”
Polycom’s Solution Center comes right after the Thai government announced plans to develop a startup ecosystem in the country, and poised itself as the tech startup gateway into Indochina.
Thep Ritrangkla, Polycom’s Thailand Country Manager, said: “Businesses in the country need to be more agile and resilient. Backed by the national push for Digital Thailand, we see more businesses reviewing their workflow, aiming to transform and stay competitive.
“Polycom sees this demonstration center as a key part of their journey as they plan, text and customize our visual collaboration solutions to help them achieve productivity gains.”
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