ClearOne Debuts “Huddle Bucks” Promotion to Capitalize on Surging Growth in Huddle Rooms - AvNetwork.com

ClearOne Debuts “Huddle Bucks” Promotion to Capitalize on Surging Growth in Huddle Rooms

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Moving to capitalize on the surging growth in huddle spaces in virtually all of its vertical markets, ClearOne® (NASDAQ: CLRO), the leading global provider of audio and visual communications solutions, today introduced an exciting three-month program called “Huddle Bucks” that offers systems integrators the opportunity to earn dollar for dollar free credit on CONVERGE® Huddle purchases that’s good for all ClearOne products.

According to ClearOne Chairman and CEO Zee Hakimoglu, the three-month program kicks off on August 1, 2018 and runs through October 31, 2018 and is open to ClearOne’s entire global network of partners. “ClearOne is unique in that it can offer its partners a world-class huddle space collaboration solution as well as all of the products that attach to that solution. With ‘Huddle Bucks’ we are demonstrating the leverage this ability provides by enabling us to offer dealers an equal dollar amount of ClearOne products for every regular priced order of CONVERGE Huddle that they place.”

The “Huddle Bucks” promotion applies to the entire ClearOne product line, including the new products — CONVERGE Pro 2 VT, CONVERGE PA 460 Amplifier, Ceiling Mic Array Analog-X, Ceiling Mic Array Dante, VIEW Lite, VIEW Pro 4K, COLLABORATE Space, and COLLABORATE Pro solutions.

“For ClearOne Direct Partners, there is no limit to the amount of product that can be ordered,” she emphasized. “Credit can be taken within the same purchase or within 90 days of the purchase date.”

The launch of the ClearOne “Huddle Bucks” promotion comes at a time of surging growth in the global population of huddle spaces. A recent Research and Markets report (“Growth Opportunities for Video Conferencing in Huddle Rooms, Global, Forecast to 2022”) pegs the total number of huddle rooms at 32.4-million with only 2% of that number video enabled. “Our partners have a huge opportunity to use the entire ClearOne product line in custom configuring solutions for the global huddle room market segment,” said Hakimoglu. “The ‘Huddle Bucks’ promotion will help them do just that.”

The CONVERGE Huddle is a professional audio DSP mixer that addresses today’s AV needs in huddle rooms and similarly sized meeting spaces. With CONVERGE Huddle, audio and video collaboration applications can be accomplished through a single cable connection to users’ Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD), such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones that run applications such as Spontania, Skype, Skype for Business, etc.

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