BCS Global is gearing up for an exciting year ahead after a strong 2012 filled with landmark achievements and international recognition. The UK-based provider of managed videoconferencing, telepresence and visual collaboration services, BCS Global Networks enjoyed multiple industry accolades and an exceptional year of growth, heralding a turning point in the acceptance of visual collaboration as a mainstream business tool in 2013.
Thought leader Clive Sawkins, CEO, BCS Global is convinced that video conferencing and communications, once limited to the boardroom, is set to become a key business differentiator in 2013, transforming the way we do business, adding value and reducing costs throughout the entire enterprise organization. His company’s recent track record and expanding customer and channel base suggests there are many users out there who agree with him. BCS Global was ranked amongst the fastest growing tech sector companies in the UK last year with a first time entry as high as 15 in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100. That’s only the start – the company also won analysts Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practice Award European Visual Collaboration Service Provider 2012; appeared as one of Europe’s top 50 fastest growing businesses and was named Best Telepresence/Video Conferencing Provider 2012 by ‘The New Europe’ magazine.
With the global visual collaboration market expected to reach £619 million by 2017, BCS Global’s resilient video exchange and world class support network uniquely positions the company to lead the way in delivering the optimum in managed visual collaboration services for the enterprise customer.
Clive sat down with JSA TV recently to discuss the company’s success story and his predictions for 2013. To view the complete interview, click here. For more information on BCS Global, visit www.bcsglobal.com.