Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America has announced that it is has earned a Buyers Lab PaceSetter award. Presented by Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab, the recognition highlights Sharp in the Smart Workplace: Collaboration Systems category for 2020 – 2021.
Keypoint Intelligence analysts determined category winners with a study of participating manufacturers. They assessed two dozen points of potential differentiation across specific categories: company vision, current offerings, channel approach, go-to-market strategy and industry partnerships.
Sharp received the award for its focus on office collaboration, where it works to accelerate communications and increase information security, while improving efficiency and reducing cost. The Buyers Lab study also considered Sharp’s leadership in developing world-class display hardware, including the versatile AQUOS BOARD family of interactive smart panels. It further recognized Sharp for its unique Synappx software applications, Windows collaboration display, cloud-integration capabilities and deep expertise delivering end-to-end solutions via the AV channel.
“It’s an honor to be recognized as a leader in the smart workplace and collaboration systems,” said Vince Jannelli, associate vice president, Software Product Management, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. “Our customers are constantly looking for better ways to collaborate and drive information sharing within their companies. With our Synappx family of solutions and the Windows collaboration display from Sharp, we are committed to simplifying collaboration and connectivity around the workplace.”
“Sharp impressed our analysts with its successful implementation of varied technologies to help the smart workplace evolve,” said Jamie Bsales, director of Solutions/Security Analysis at Keypoint Intelligence. “The work they are doing is critical in helping foment a more collaborative work environment where end users are less focused about getting the technology right to start a meeting and more on actually working with their own clients.”
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