Video Guidance Wins University of Minnesota Contract

The company will provide Tandberg hardware and service and maintenance support starting in January.
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Video Guidance, a video conferencing company in the Midwest, has won a University of Minnesota contract to provide that school with visual communication products and services.

Under the university-wide contract, Video Guidance—which is headquartered in Bloomington, Minn. and offers video conferencing, telepresence and audio-visual technologies and services—will provide the university with Tandberg hardware and service and maintenance support starting in January.

In addition, Video Guidance’s contract with the university also has it providing services for the Learning Network of Minnesota, the education component of the Integrated Statewide Network (which is a collaborative wide area network for education, local government and state agencies).

Video Guidance is “thrilled” to be working with the University of Minnesota and the state to make video-and audio-based technologies available to everyone, everywhere, said Michael Werch, the company’s president.

Pervasive video communications will directly impact productivity and performance, Werch said. “The exciting and inventive visual applications that can expand distance learning, maximize telehealth and engage experts and authorities are endless,” he added.

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