In a sign of Vidyo’s increasing footprint and influence, Frost & Sullivan announced that Vidyo was selected as the winner of the 2015 North American Customer Value Leadership Award for its critical role in eliminating barriers to the mass adoption of video conferencing solutions in the North American healthcare and financial services markets. The VidyoWorksTM platform allows organizations like healthcare providers and financial institutions, system integrators, and software developers to video-enable applications and workflows.
“Vidyo has consistently focused on the core principles of simplicity and reliability to address the growing demand for more user-friendly video collaboration,” said Frost & Sullivan Industry Director Roopam Jain. “As a result, it has successfully disrupted the market and seen strong adoption for both B2B as well as emerging B2C applications in healthcare and financial services.”
In healthcare Vidyo’s solution delivers HD video conferencing into the home, expanding patient access across diverse care settings for better patient outcomes. In banking, Vidyo enables financial institutions to conduct secure click-to-connect HD video meetings between customers and service representatives, branch managers and portfolio executives on mobile devices and desktops. Examples of Vidyo’s traction in healthcare include Mercy Safewatch and American Well. IndusInd Bank is a prime example of Vidyo’s mobile banking capabilities.
“Vidyo has effectively leveraged its expertise in video solutions to reposition video communications from an endpoint solution to an integral part of the workflows in healthcare and banking,” noted Jain. “It has truly enhanced customer value through innovation and sound execution, making it a worthy recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s Award.”
Vidyo is proud to receive this prestigious honor and looks forward to continuing success and recognition in all markets where visual communications can benefit business outcomes.
Learn more on Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Awards and read the full award brief here.