StarLeaf, a leading provider of premium meeting room solutions and video conferencing services, strengthens its presence in the United States with the unveiling of offices in New York City and Chicago to serve as strategic centers of support for enterprise customers.
The opening of the Chicago and New York City offices signifies StarLeaf’s rapid growth in cloud-based video conferencing adoption and progressive drive into larger enterprise customers. Following the location expansion across Europe, the momentum in the United States has increased StarLeaf’s global footprint with significant gains from organizations covering a wide range of sectors who see the enormous benefits of integrated, interoperable solutions.
Video conferencing reliability and security are important factors for enterprise decision-makers. Customers in the United States and around the world benefit from StarLeaf’s established local data centers, which are part of its overall 15 global Points of Presence delivering unparalleled secure and reliable connectivity.
“Cloud-based solutions enable organizations to achieve greater agility and scalability with their collaboration aspirations. That’s what makes StarLeaf different. Our integrated cloud architectural design ensures that customers’ data in the US can be isolated to nominated locations, thereby retaining and storing data within the jurisdiction, which is a big advantage for our US customers,” explained Michael Landry, Systems Engineer, StarLeaf.
“The United States is a strategic territory for StarLeaf. The strong growth across the country reflects our continuous investment in regional sales, engineering expertise, and innovation. StarLeaf’s cloud-based solutions are transforming the meeting room experience for our enterprise customers, which allows their users to securely meet and share in an instant,” said Mark Loney, Chief Executive Officer, StarLeaf.