BT Conferencing, the conferencing and collaboration services division of BT, has agreed to a strategic partnership with the Corporate Executive Board (NASDAQ: EXBD) to provide global collaborative services over the next three years.
As part of the agreement, BT Conferencing will provide Corporate Executive Board (CEB) with fully managed audio and web services to its network of more than 14,000 senior-most executives and their staff from more than 3,700 leading corporations and organizations around the world.
Virtual events and in-person meetings are two of CEB’s main content delivery channels, reaching approximately 23,000 members per quarter through audio and web conferences. BT’s service will enable them to enjoy a secure and seamless audio and web conferencing experience, with real time training and adoption support.
Jonathan Dyke, Executive Director of Product Development for CEB said: “Our organization operates under the premise that regardless of industry and geography, executives face the same functional challenges on a day-to-day basis. The provision of world class conferencing and collaboration services from BT Conferencing will go far in increasing the productivity and reducing the environmental impact of our members”
Aaron McCormack, CEO, BT Conferencing said: “We are looking forward to driving the increased adoption and usage of conferencing and collaboration services with CEB’s membership. We believe that collaborative working pays huge dividends to people, helping them manage their working environment in a more productive manner”.
Implementation of the new service has already begun and is expected to be fully complete by the end of the month.