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Frost & Sullivan Awards PGi the 2016 North American Conferencing Services Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award

PGi is proud to announce that we have added another award to our long list of accolades. We are delighted to share that PGi has been chosen as the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 North American Conferencing Services Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award.

PGi was chosen for this prestigious honor, in large part, due to its unified communication and collaboration (UC&C) strategy effectiveness and execution. PGi’s extensive collaboration portfolio, tight customer focus, and growing brand recognition in the UC&C space are integral components of PGi’s strategy which has enabled the company to excel in the market and stand out from the competition.

“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.” — Ted Schrafft, CEO & President, PGi

Frost & Sullivan focused on three things when vetting candidates for the accolade: brand, demand and positioning. According to Frost & Sullivan Principal Analyst, Alaa Saayed, “PGi’s successful approach takes into account what knowledge workers demand with a comprehensive, value-drive 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.”

To see the full award announcement, see the press release about the award.

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