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Logitech to promote power of video collaboration at GITEX

Logitech to promote power of video collaboration at GITEX

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Logitech has announced that it will showcase a range of high calibre solutions at GITEX Technology Week with demand for collaboration tools remaining high across the region as organisations continue to embrace hybrid working models.

Among the products on show at the event this year will be Rally Bar, Logitech’s next generation portfolio of video conferencing solutions for small, medium and large rooms. The vendor will also demonstrate Scribe, an AI-powered whiteboard camera for meeting rooms and classrooms. Compatible with leading services like Microsoft Teams and Zoom, Logitech Scribe broadcasts whiteboard content into video meetings with incredible clarity, virtually transporting everyone into the same room. In addition to exhibiting its products on its partners’ stands, Logitech will also offer meetings and one-to-one demonstrations at a dedicated meeting room in the Conrad hotel, close to the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Loubna Imenchal, Head, Video Collaboration, Africa, Middle East, Turkey and Central Asia, Logitech, said: “Video collaboration has never been so important. Organisations across the region have experienced the importance of keeping their teams connected during the past two years and there is a growing awareness of the advantages of using enterprise-grade solutions. Even as many people venture back to places of work and education, hybrid models are now an established mode of operations for many organisations and Logitech sees continued high demand for solutions that aid collaboration.

Imenchal added: “We look forward to meeting with customers at GITEX to demonstrate the advantages of our newest innovations and how they can help companies boost efficiency, innovation and employee and customer satisfaction.”

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