Chief Strategy Officer, Fritz Brown of Integrated Technology Services Inc., along with their clients, attend partner company Avaya’s Blue Zone Scopia Experience to get a first-hand glimpse at Avaya’s newest video conferencing system.
The IT specialists at Integrated Technology Services Inc. (ITS) recently attended the Avaya Blue Zone Scopia Experience to get a glimpse at the latest in video conferencing technology — and invited some of their clients to join as well.
Fritz Brown, Chief Strategy Officer, says he invited Integrated Technology Services’ clients to attend the event so they could get an idea of what partner company Avaya can do for them.
“We encouraged our clients to attend this event so they could see Scopia in action and show them what this product could possibly do for them,” Brown says. “We partnered with Avaya because of the levels of regulatory-compliant security they provide, along with their fully-integrated unified communications systems. Their level of quality isn’t matched by anyone else. We hoped this kind of event would show this to our clients.”
The Avaya Blue Zone Scopia Experience was hosted by the Avaya territory manager, Katie Hoppmann during the final football game between the University of North Carolina — whose home stadium is at Avaya-sponsored Kenan Memorial Stadium — and NC State.
“It was a very big game,” Brown says. “It was televised, and plenty of people were able to see and use the product. Before the game, student athletes were able to video conference with their parents long-distance; different stations were set up inside the facility for Avaya guests to view the product firsthand as well. Overall, it was a great way to promote Scopia.”
Scopia is a regulatory-compliant video conferencing system, meaning it offers unmatched levels of security important to clients like attorneys, doctors, accountants and other similar professions.
“There are extra levels of security to make sure that the system is completely secure while communicating over the Internet,” Brown explains. “Another cool thing about Scopia is you can join any meeting easily from your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device.”
Integrated Technology Services invited clients like Dr. Jeremy M. Stipkala, an intellectual property attorney and managing partner of Thrive IP® (thrive-ip.com), and Codey Stipkala, a real estate agent in the North Charleston area (handshake-to-home.com). Brown says they both got to experience first-hand how Scopia’s video conferencing system works. They also got an exclusive tour of the stadium’s facilities, including its gym and weight rooms, and even got to sit on the sidelines with the football players during warm-ups.
“The entire event was a once-in-a-lifetime type of experience for us and our clients,” Brown says. “Not many people are able to tour these facilities and get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on in a college football stadium, especially on the day of a big game.”
Brown says this kind of event is just one of the many benefits that Integrated Technology Services and its clients have seen since partnering with Avaya in August.
“After only being partnered with Avaya for less than six months, we are already thrilled with the success of their products for our clients,” Brown says. “We are happy to be able to provide our clients with a product like Scopia that is so advantageous to so many different industries, and we look forward to our continued partnership with Avaya.”
“We partnered with Avaya because of the levels of regulatory-compliant security they provide, along with their fully-integrated unified communications systems. Their level of quality isn’t matched by anyone else.”
About Integrated Technology Services
Integrated Technology Services Inc. is focused on providing exceptional customer service by offering clients the best value, and the best opportunities for growing and managing their technology options. The Integrated Technology Services team is experienced, and holds several recognized industry certifications. To learn more, visit itscares.com.