• QSC Joins Microsoft Teams Device Certification Program

    QSC has recently announced that it has joined the Microsoft Teams Device Certification Program and is working towards completing specific solution certifications aimed at further empowering effective meetings and collaboration with Microsoft Teams Rooms and the Q-SYS™ Ecosystem in larger, more complex room types.

    “The Q-SYS™ Ecosystem has always provided solutions for audio, video and control for a multitude of installations and room types, however it has become critical to our customers to bring the full potential of Microsoft Teams Rooms to these installations,” says Jason Moss, VP of Alliances & Market Development, QSC. “We are thrilled to work with Microsoft to deliver tremendous customer experiences for Microsoft Teams to high-value spaces like all-hands, divisible and training rooms along with specific needs for market verticals that require advanced audio, video and control options.”

    “Microsoft Teams Rooms are deployed in an ever-growing variety of meeting spaces,” says Albert Kooiman, Director of Microsoft Teams Devices Partner Engineering and Certification. “The addition of QSC to the Microsoft Teams Certification Program, will enable our mutual customers to create tailored, premium AV experiences powered by Microsoft Teams.”
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