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Telepresence Consultancy Human Productivity Lab Expands To Europe

March 28, 2010 | Chris Payatagool
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The telepresence and visual collaboration consultancy, Human Productivity Lab, the publisher of Telepresence Options, has announced an expansion to Europe and the appointment of telepresence and visual collaboration veteran Thomas Kayser as Managing Director for the Lab's telepresence and visual collaboration practice in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.  Mr. Kayser, who offices outside of Frankfurt/Main, Germany has deep expertise in telepresence, unified communications, and inter-networking and will be helping clients interested in deploying telepresence with telepresence, UC, and visual collaboration strategy, ROI modeling, RFI/RFP development, financial modeling, and implementation.  For clients that already have investments in telepresence and effective visual collaboration, Mr. Kayser will be helping improve their ROI through inter-company collaboration strategies and adoption programs.

The Human Productivity Lab has also announced an updated website that is now available in both English and German at http://www.HumanProductivityLab.com and http://www.HumanProductivityLab.com/de/ respectively. 

hpl.pngTelepresence Consultancy Human Productivity Lab Expands To Europe

VISUAL COLLABORATION VETERAN THOMAS KAYSER TO HEAD EMEA OPERATIONS


ASHBURN, VIRGINIA - March 29, 2010- The Human Productivity Lab (HPL),

khayser.pngthe world's leading independent telepresence analysis, research and consultancy firm, today announced an expansion to Europe and the appointment of Thomas Kayser as Managing Director of the Human Productivity Lab's EMEA Consulting Practice.  The Lab also announced the launch of a new website in German and an update to their English language website. 

Mr. Kayser has worked for various global telecommunication service providers and has more than 20 years experience in telepresence, unified communications, networking and managed services. He has developed and managed major global telepresence deployments. Mr. Kayser offices outside Frankfurt/Main, Germany.

The Human Productivity Lab's Telepresence Consulting Practice specializes in helping Fortune 5000 corporations and leading international organizations understand, evaluate, design, purchase and effectively deploy telepresence and visual collaboration solutions.  The Lab also works very closely with telepresence, video conferencing, and collaboration hardware, network, application, managed service and distribution companies to develop, commercialize and effectively market new products, services and technologies. 

Additional information about the Human Productivity Lab's Consulting Practice can be found at http://www.HumanProductivityLab.com or by contacting [email protected].


The Human Productivity Lab is also exhibitor and sponsor of the Sustainability Virtual Summits, the first "Telepresence-Enabled" next generation virtual conference. The event will cover three different timezones live from March 30th to April 1st, and on demand April to June 2010 at http://www.SustainabilityVirtualSummits.com/. Mr. Kayser will be available on March 31st and April 1st.

The Lab will also be organizing the Inter-Company Telepresence and Videoconferencing Conference and Working Group on April 22nd, 2010 in Reston, Virginia.  More information at http://www.TelepresenceOptions.com/conference

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Human Productivity Lab (Europe)
Thomas Kayser
61440 Oberursel, Hohemarkstr. 152c
Germany
Tel.+49 (0)6171 2798097
[email protected]

For Human Productivity Lab media inquiries, please contact:
Howard S. Lichtman
Human Productivity Lab
Tel. (512) 828-7317
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