Project Audio Visual launches Global Teams Rooms Network

The network unites 36 fully certified Microsoft partners to date, to offer local procurement and 24/7 support, plus fully qualified engineers to attend on site.


Project Audio Visual has announced the launch of what is said to be the first and only fully certified global network dedicated to Microsoft Teams Rooms installation and support.

The company has partnered with over 36 (and counting) fully certified Microsoft partner businesses to provide seamless global coverage including procurement in country, 24/7 support in local languages and fully Microsoft qualified regional engineers with local market knowledge to attend on site.

Project Audio Visual has been a dedicated Microsoft Teams Rooms provider since 2018. Since then, the company has taken a leading role in transforming workspaces into destinations and helping businesses transition to a hybrid workplace, maintaining the digital workflow and ensuring meeting equity for those in the office, at home and on the road.

Steve Hudson, chief operating officer at Project Audio Visual, commented: “As businesses and their workforce continue to expand across countries, we are here to support all their global endeavours. Our Global Teams Rooms Network ensures seamless support between countries and regions and draws on local knowledge and unrivalled Teams Rooms expertise.

“This network brings significant benefits to our global clients, including procurement in country to ensure local warranties and maintenance contracts and local support, as well as access to our global support portal, where we solve 93% of challenges remotely.

“Everyone we have partnered with is a certified partner of Microsoft so we can be sure they bring the same exceedingly high standards as our own team are known to deliver. As approved Microsoft partners, our whole network also benefits from first access to new innovations from Microsoft’s approved device manufacturers.

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