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Atrium Executive Center Partners with A&S, Inc. to Provide Videoconferencing
Mt. Laurel, NJ, June 4, 2013
Atrium Executive Center, South Jersey's standard for workspace solutions including Furnished Offices, Virtual Offices, Meeting Space and Business Services, has today announced its partnership with A&A, Inc. Court Reporting and Videoconferencing. The alliance will bring state of the art videoconferencing equipment to a convenient location, expanding Atrium's�technology solutions�packages.
Atrium clients will now have A&A's state of the art videoconferencing technology available for effective virtual meetings. "I am excited that A&A Court Reporting and Videoconferencing are coming to Atrium," says Lynn Corsa, Meeting Coordinator at Atrium. "Now, when a client asks for videoconferencing, I can immediately provide that solution. This is ideal for furnished office clients, virtual tenants and meeting clients, many of whom are attorneys and will use the equipment for depositions, expert witness interviews and client negotiations."
With over 18 Years of experience, A&A will bring videoconferencing technology and court reporting expertise to Atrium, enabling access to a larger customer base.
"Mobile technology and a virtual work environment have increased demands for videoconferencing services," says Andrea St. John of A&A. "My clients are seeking videoconferencing technology but want to have it available at a convenient place. Atrium Executive Center is the ideal location and provides my clients a venue without them having to cross the bridge into Philadelphia. Now that I will have A&A's equipment at Atrium, I can provide my clients with their choice of location and offer this technology to a bigger market."
Videoconferencing, along with conference bridge technology and Atrium's new VOIP system combine to set the standard for all types of meetings and training. Videoconferencing technology will be in place at the Atrium Executive Center in Mt. Laurel on June 10th.
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