Connecting Point Computer Center, a Watertown, S.D.-based firm providing information technology solutions to schools and government agencies, and Video Guidance, a visual communications company based in Bloomington, Minn., have formed a partnership.
The partnership is expected to help Video Guidance grow by increasing its sales presence in its current markets, and expanding its geographic reach across North and South Dakota, the company says.
“The program is designed to help value-added resellers succeed in the highly lucrative video conferencing market, enabling them to take advantage of high-margin sales opportunities with our best-in-class video conferencing solutions,” said Michael Werch, Video Guidance’s president.
Connecting Point says since 1979 it has helped organizations of all sizes deploy and manage servers, desktops and notebooks from a centralized location. With off-site backup and cloud computing,the company is regarded for its proactive, preventative approach to IT management that stops problems before they affect a network, the firm says.
“We are excited to partner with Video Guidance to expand our collaboration portfolio,” said Bryan Waege, Connecting Point’s president. “Together with Video Guidance, we will maximize our customers’ technology investments to help them meet their business objectives rather than react to IT problems,” he said.