AVI-SPL Launches Enterprise Accounts Management Program

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AVI-SPL announced the launch Thursday of its Enterprise Accounts Management program, a dedicated partnership program with AVI-SPL working hand-in-hand with organizations to strategically deliver workplace collaboration success across their entire enterprise.

The Enterprise Accounts Management program is patterned after the model of AVI-SPL’s Global Accounts Management program. Since launching in late-2017, the AVI-SPL Global Accounts program has grown to support relationships with some of the largest global enterprise organizations and was recently recognized for the second consecutive year as Outstanding Young Strategic Account Management Program by the Strategic Accounts Management Association (SAMA).

Similar to the Global Accounts program, AVI-SPL’s Enterprise Accounts Management program will provide designated customers with teams committed to implementing, standardizing and enhancing their organization’s digital workplace infrastructure, technology, and associated services. Among the areas of expertise, the designated customer’s personal team will focus on: guiding the establishment of enterprise-wide AV and UC standards, curate and guide-planning around technology road mapping, project deployment management, priority service management and organizing key metrics and business intelligence to improve the organization’s business outcomes.

According to a recent study of AVI-SPL conducted by market research firm Forrester, AVI-SPL’s all-in-one global services increase the productivity value of large enterprise organizations by $12.4 million over a three-year span. The market research firm also concluded that, with AVI-SPL’s guidance, organizations, on average, eliminated 141,500 unproductive hours for employees with more intuitive technology enabling meetings to start on time and a 20 percent increase year-over-year in conference room utilization. Additionally, Forrester concluded that AVI-SPL’s enterprise customers saved time and expenses by consolidating from multiple vendors to a single digital workplace services provider in AVI-SPL. This represented a 25 percent reduction in ongoing support contracts and a three-year savings nearing $1 million.