Let’s Do Video (LDV) recently announced the comprehensive list of winners for its Sixth Annual LDV Readers’ Choice Awards, and we’re thrilled that Lifesize was named “Best Video Services Partner,” a category identifying the top overall platform, software or service leveraged by video service providers.
Led by respected industry analyst David Maldow, LDV supplies its audience with information and perspective that “helps them transition from the audio-centric collaboration world of the past to today’s video-empowered workforce.” The LDV Readers’ Choice Awards program allows followers, subscribers and industry watchers to cast their votes and democratically acknowledge leaders in the video communication and collaboration space.
In addition to claiming the title of Best Video Services Partner, Lifesize was also shortlisted as a finalist in the following categories:
- Best Cloud Software Videoconferencing Service
- Best Hardware Videoconferencing System for Huddle Rooms (Lifesize Icon 300)
- Best Software-Based Videoconferencing Room Service
- Best Interoperability Service or Platform
- Best Videoconferencing Analytics/Management Service or Offering (Lifesize Admin Console Dashboard)
- Best Auto Tracking/Framing Video Camera (Lifesize Icon 450)
- Best Wireless Bring-Your-Own-Device Sharing Solution (Lifesize Share)
While we’re proud of our 4K cloud video conferencing service and meeting room systems’ competitive placement in all categories, as a channel-first company with more than 5,000 partners around the world, Best Video Services Partner is the pinnacle for us. We’ve worked hard over the years to build our partner ecosystem relationships across the globe, and they are a crucial part of Lifesize’s ability to deliver best-in-class video solutions to markets, businesses and meeting rooms of every size and type.
We’d like to thank all the dedicated LDV readers as well as our valued partners and customers who voted and supported Lifesize in this year’s awards! Let’s Do Video also reviewed the Lifesize Icon 300 in depth, so watch Part 1 (covering admin, setup and management) and Part 2 (covering user experience) to see why it was a finalist.