Shure partners with Logitech to deliver audiovisual excellence for remote collaboration projects
The partnership will incorporate Shure’s Microflex Advance Ceiling Array, Table Top Microphone, IntelliMix P300 Audio Conferencing Processor and Microflex Wireless microphone products
US based audio specialist firm, Shure, has partnered with Logitech to improve user experience for a range of remote conferencing and meeting room solutions.
Through its Logitech Collaboration Programme customers will be able to improve their relationships with partners. When purchasing any of Shure’s audio microphones, customers will now receive a solution that allows for optimised collaboration between groups with exemplary audio quality.
“Shure and Logitech working together in the video conferencing space creates exceptional new opportunities for our joint end customers and business partners,” said Chris Merrick, director of global systems marketing at Shure.
“This brings together the quality of Shure’s audio ecosystem with the strength of Logitech’s video to provide options for the best virtual conferencing experience,” he added.
Recent research commissioned by Shure suggests that only 36 percent of the business professionals surveyed believe that their organisations currently have the right technology to support virtual meetings.
Almost 60 per cent of employees surveyed felt that their employers had the basic technology in place but need to make improvements.
“With the continued growth of global business and remote employees, virtual meetings are more important than ever,” Merrick said.
“As we continuously try to learn more about the needs of the industry, this survey provides great insight about how today’s companies are looking to prepare for tomorrow’s business needs.”
The report also found that 87 per cent of IT and business professionals surveyed said that virtual meetings were critical and/or very important, particularly during the Coronavirus pandemic. As a consequence, more than 75 per cent of IT professionals surveyed said that they planned allocate larger budgets to accommodating virtual meetings over the course of the next year