VBrick Systems Recognized By Frost & Sullivan as Enterprise Video Webcasting Top Challenger
New Report Cites VBrick’s Commitment to Enterprise and Breadth of Product Line
Herndon(16 Jan 2014)
VBrick Systems, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise video management and distribution solutions, today announced it has been recognized by growth consulting firm Frost & Sullivan in its recently released global Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions report as the second largest players in the enterprise video webcasting market.
VBrick placed ahead of other prominent players in the market in the report’s “Competitive Landscape” analysis. Frost & Sullivan noted several of VBrick’s strengths, including the company’s commitment to enterprises, large global customer base, strong adoption within Fortune 500 companies, and the breadth of the company’s product line.
“A strong presence in North America and other regions, combined with a solid revenue and product pipeline, positions VBrick well, both now and in the future,” said Anisha Vinny, industry analyst, Digital Media Group, Frost & Sullivan. “Their offerings will no doubt strengthen over the next few months when the company releases the newest version of its platform, offering world class analytics and security and extensive support for hybrid deployments.”
“This recognition is particularly significant because of Frost & Sullivan’s extensive global coverage of the digital media landscape,” said Shelly Heiden, chief executive officer, VBrick Systems. “Frost & Sullivan has listed VBrick as one of the top participants in the video webcasting market. The report also highlights our commitment to the enterprise as a strength when compared to our competitors.”
About VBrick Systems, Inc.
VBrick is a leading provider of enterprise video platforms with thousands of customers worldwide. Its solutions enable organizations to create, manage and distribute rich media information from virtually any source – from tablets, unified communications clients or cameras, to virtually any screen – from desktop to digital signage. Customers use VBrick for automated, integrated live and on-demand video in executive webcasts, online training, distance learning, communications and marketing. Learn more at www.vbrick.com