Due to strong demand, BlueJeans Rooms-as-a-Service (RaaS) is now available in Western Europe and the UK through SCC AVS.
BlueJeans – featuring Dolby Voice Room – is a communication and collaboration tool, allowing you to easily and securely hold live video calls, webinars, conference calls, and online meetings.
The solution will be available as a service-based subscription model, allowing quick adoption of the mixture of Dolby’s award-winning hardware, and BlueJeans’ enterprise-grade cloud meetings platform.
SCC AVS, who will be providing BlueJeans RaaS,are a communication and collaboration solution provider that works with best-in-class products that align with business needs.Through SCC AVS, businesses can take advantage of the convenient way of purchasing a BlueJeans Rooms license, Dolby Voice Room hardware, maintenance and support, all in one simple invoice.
“Working with the new Rooms-as-a-Service is an exciting evolution of our partnership with BlueJeans,” said Graham Fry, managing director, SCC AVS. “We understand the factors that can disrupt the deployment process and a subscription model removes a significant barrier. We will use the full SCC AVS portfolio of video conferencing and collaboration services to build a best-of-breed meetings platform for our customers.”
BlueJeans and Dolby have worked together for several years to disrupt the meeting room space and deliver an industry best product for enterprise collaboration. By offering the BlueJeans RaaS, featuring Dolby Voice Room via subscription model, any barriers to adoption have been eliminated.
Andrew Border, Vice President, Communications Group, Dolby Laboratories, commented, “With the explosion of cloud hosted meeting subscription software, it is clearly the right time to offer more flexible hardware acquisition models.”
For more information on BlueJeans Room-as-a-Service, please visit: https://www.bluejeans.com/products/rooms/rooms-as-a-service
Or contact SCC AVS directly at: https://www.avsnet.co.uk/
Kat Cooke is Senior Content Writer at SCC. She was previously Senior Journalist at the Aesthetics journal, and has worked for Sky News, providing live coverage of the last two General Elections and the EU Referendum. Kat has a 2:1 degree in Journalism from City University London.