Synnex CollabSolv is launched just in time for partners to solve customers' modern collaboration needs.

Lynn Haber

March 13, 2020

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Synnex Corp. on Friday launched its latest Solv business unit – CollabSolv – designed to help partners address customers’ modern collaboration needs, including audio/visual, IT, consumer electronics, unified communications, cloud, mobile and secure networking technologies.

Like other Synnex Solv unique solution efforts – GovSolv, DemandSolv, PrintSolv, RenewSolv, ServiceSolv, and VisualSolv – the new CollabSolv includes the technologies and support partners require to build integrated collaboration solutions for enterprise, video and team collaboration.

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Synnex’s Sandi Stambaugh

“Today’s workplace is evolving, and Synnex partners are moving quickly to meet the needs of their customers. This strategic initiative is designed to help customers make their complex voice, cloud, and video projects simple, cohesive and profitable,” said Sandi Stambaugh, vice president, product management at Synnex. “Beyond delivering best-in-class hardware, software and platform offerings, our dedicated team of sales and marketing professionals and certified engineers are able to equip customers with the knowledge and skills needed to gain the competitive edge in this important market segment.”

In a recent unified communications-as-a- service (UCaaS) report from MarketsandMarkets, the global UCaaS market is expected to reach about $25 billion by 2024, compared to $15.4 billion, last year.

Here’s whos on the CollabSolv line card: manufacturers such as Audiocodes, Avaya, Aver, Avocor, Bose, Cisco, Crestron, Epson, Ergotron, Five9, Fortinet, Google, Harman, HPE, HPI, Intel, Konftel, Kramer, Legrand, Lenovo, LG, Lifesize, Logitech, Microsoft, NEC, Newline, OneLan, Peerless AV, Poly, Ribbon, RingCentral, Ruckus, Samsung, Sennheiser, Sharp, Verizon, Viewsonic, Watchguard, and Yamaha.

On the support side, Synnex offers specialized design, sales, product, and solutions teams, including recently expanded field-based and UC sales teams. Other service enablement includes site survey and collaboration assessments, post-sale support, help-desk services and solution monitoring. And partners will see solutions-focused training and enablement.

Synnex will also offer exclusive and specialized bundled solutions, meeting room as a service, subscription and consumption-based plans with monthly pricing options.

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Lynn Haber

Content Director Lynn Haber follows channel news from partners, vendors, distributors and industry watchers. If I miss some coverage, don’t hesitate to email me and pass it along. Always up for chatting with partners. Say hi if you see me at a conference!

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