Zoom’s Addition To PSNI Global Alliance Spells Opportunity For Pro AV

The PSNI Global Alliance, a global collective of Pro AV suppliers and solution providers, has named Zoom Video Communications Inc. as a Global Preferred Vendor Partner (PVP), marking one of the most explicit entrances for Zoom into the halls of Pro AV trade organizations. For both its efficiency and quality in corporate communications, Zoom is a welcomed addition to the alliance. But what should the Pro AV industry make of this move? What does PVP status within the PSNI mean for integrators and vendors?

Business Development Manager at Exertis|Almo, Robert Voorhees, explains why this move could be a potential “game changer” for the space.

Robert’s Thoughts on Zoom Joining PSNI

“I think the recent news of Zoom joining the PSNI Global Alliance could really be a game changer for Pro AV. I’ve witnessed firsthand how Zoom’s explosive growth over the past three years has really taken the teleconferencing market to new heights, and they’re really spearheading the future of UCC as a whole.

Any chance you get to blend a globally recognized brand like Zoom and merge them with Pro AV integrators, distributors, and suppliers, I really think expectations should be sky high for the future. I’m really looking forward to big things with Zoom, and I think this is just the most logical next step as they continue that explosive growth.”

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