The Meeting, celebrated at VSN’s headquarters in Barcelona, brought together integrators from 12 different Latin American countries.
In a market where technological evolution is key and where it keeps getting more and more difficult to offer value-added services and products, VSN keeps boosting its channel strategy thus celebrating the II Meeting of Latin American Partners last 7th-9th September.
The goal of these meetings, which brought together integrator companies from 12 countries, was to present the latest news and products of the company at the corporate, commercial and technical levels. Also, a workshop was held on various case studies for important international installations and where several aspects on the business model of the Spanish manufacturer and its Latin American partners were discussed in depth. The company has recently announced new important installations in that market. Projects like the Centro Ático of the Javeriana University in Colombia or TV Canção Nova, in Brazil, are important referents for VSN as they consolidate its number of complete broadcast automation systems in the area.
This II Meeting, which included a tour around Barcelona's points of interest, was positively valued by distributors. "I have been working for VSN for over 5 years now because it is a flexible, innovative company which keeps its promises. Their products and dedication are unique and interesting to my Colombian customers. Now that I know how they work at their Terrassa offices I am even more convinced of its ability", explained Aldo Buenahora, from the Compañía Comercial Curacao de Colombia, S.A.
During the different sessions, the new VSN developments for Mac OS were reviewed and the R&D project SPIDER, on which the company is currently working with the aim to achieve higher levels of integration among the MAM, automation, traffic and TV workflows (BPM) areas, was presented. The presentations included the latest enhancements to the contents contribution and distribution tool VSNIPTRANSFER, which includes the LIVE module for transfer of live events and the addition of the UMP protocol, entirely developed by VSN, providing a remarkable increase in transfer speed.