Gold Coast-based distie AVT has reached an agreement with TechnologyOne to scale up the company’s audio visual capabilities for its offices and customer events.
The distie was tasked to convert more than 100 of TechOne’s meeting rooms and interactive spaces across 14 offices into “intelligent workspaces” to optimise some of the company's events, as well as capturing analytics insights for facilities and events planning.
“[TechnologyOne] partners with vendors like AVT that are passionate about combining industry insights and latest technologies to deliver innovative experiences and solutions that work at scale,” TechOne chief operating officer Stuart MacDonald said.
“By combining their insights from different industries and capabilities of latest AV technologies, AVT is helping us to transform our meeting spaces into intelligent workspaces that enable real-time, seamless collaboration between teams and optimise the performance and uptime of our facilities.”
AVT chief executive Graham Evans said the deal combines its audio-visual products in a real-life test environment within TechOne’s offices.
“AVT brings cutting edge technology to market and partnering with TechnologyOne enables us to trial new technology, test hardware and optimise that, at [TechOne] and its R&D centre,” Evans said.