TechLogix Networx and TEKVOX unveiled details of a strategic partnership this week. Both firms develop technology for collaborative spaces, including education, corporate and multi-use facilities.
"We're very excited to sync our resources with TEKVOX," explains Cameron Smith, TechLogix CEO. "Both companies focus on turnkey audio-visual technology based on end-user use patterns, though we come at it from different angles."
TEKVOX has become a well-known brand in collaborative and presentation-based markets. Their TekEnterprise(tm) and ViewVault(tm)platforms transformed classroom A/V distribution by providing a system that is easy to install, program and setup, while also focusing on campus-wide monitoring and security.
TechLogix, a relatively new name in the industry, likewise focuses on collaborative and presentation-based markets; however, their technology addresses the physical, in-room user experience through automation and consolidated remote control.
"TechLogix caught our attention early on," states Jim Reinhart, TEKVOX CEO. "Their approach to classroom and meeting room technology is refreshing; particularly their approach to hands-free automation of the room."
By combining forces, TEKVOX and TechLogix plan to offer educators and business professionals more options for all-in-one, drop-in systems. Plus, they expect to
TEKVOX designs, develops and manufactures complete plug-and-play audio-visual systems that are ready to install and operate. TEKVOX Drop-In A/V(tm) solutions are ideal for a wide variety applications, including classroom, conference room, collaboration and special-use configurations, and they feature automated energy management, projector/monitor theft protection, remote support and management capabilities right out of the box. Additional information is available online at www.tekvox.com.
About TechLogix Networx:
TechLogix designs, develops and manufactures technology for the custom installation and commercial audio-visual markets. They are uniquely focused on collaboration products, as well as emerging technology such as fiber optics, automated controllers and 18G digital video. Additional information is available online at www.tlnetworx.com.