ATLANTA, June 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PGi, the world's largest dedicated provider of collaboration software and services, received Frost & Sullivan's 2016 North American Conferencing Services Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award. Frost & Sullivan selected PGi for its unified communication and collaboration (UC&C) strategy effectiveness and execution, including PGi's long-term vision and best-in-class processes to support its continuous growth in the market.
Frost & Sullivan concluded that PGi's broad portfolio of collaboration products and services, tight customer focus and growing brand recognition in the UC&C space are key tenets of PGi's strategy, enabling the company to excel in the market and stand out from the competition.
"We are thrilled and honored that Frost & Sullivan has recognized PGi for its strong performance in the conferencing and collaboration space," said Ted Schrafft, CEO and President, PGi. "Our UC&C portfolio gives enterprises and users collaboration products and services that help solve problems and propel businesses forward. This award confirms that our strategy for growth and focus on the changing needs of the customer positions PGi to meet the challenges of a competitive and rapidly changing industry."
Frost & Sullivan Principal Analyst Alaa Saayed explained, "Companies must succeed in three key areas — brand, demand and positioning — to lead the industry's competitive strategies. PGi's successful approach takes into account what knowledge workers demand with a comprehensive, value-driven portfolio. PGi focuses on innovation and establishes its brand in a way that resonates deeply with customers and stands apart from others in the industry."
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About Premiere Global Services, Inc. │ PGi
PGi is the world's largest dedicated provider of collaboration software and services. For more than 20 years, our broad portfolio of products has served the end-to-end collaboration needs of enterprises. Accessible anywhere, anytime and on any device, PGi's award-winning collaboration solutions drive productivity and teamwork for approximately 50,000 customers around the world. To learn more, visit us at pgi.com.
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