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Userful expands into META region with Dubai office

Completes AV-over-IP projects for Ministry of Justice and Nestlé

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Userful Corporation, a leading provider of AV-over-IP visual communication solutions, has opened a new office in Dubai to strengthen the company’s presence in the fast-growing Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) market. This new business hub is the first of several upcoming office openings worldwide to facilitate the company’s sales, development, customer support and supply chain operations across the world.

It will provide the Visual Networking Platform, an AV-over-IP software solution tailored to meet the central management needs of corporate IT departments as they integrate a diversity of complex AV applications over the network. Userful’s Visual Networking Platform facilitates communication and collaboration enterprise-wide by way of deployment, management and control of multiple visual display applications. AV/IT teams can display content from any source on any screen at any time and in real time, improving an organization’s operating efficiency up to 80 percent, while reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO) by 40 percent or more.

In a recent UAE deployment, systems integrator 2.0 Concepts deployed a Userful video wall to improve the interactiveness of displays within the Nestlé Digital Acceleration Center UAE. The center enables Nestlé brand managers to evaluate the success of digital campaigns across the region.

Userful has recently also completed deployment of its Visual Networking Platform solution to upgrade the capabilities of a mission-critical Ministry of Justice control room in the Middle East. The new control room enables the Ministry to monitor the work of courts and notarial offices in real time, facilitating a more thorough analysis and evaluation for enhanced decision-making. This step is one of many that the Ministry has taken to improve operations and transparency throughout the judicial system.

The company is funded by Accelerate Fund II and Yaletown Partners.

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Dubai FDI