Owl Labs Partners With Leading IT Provider Bechtle to Widen Distribution Across Europe

Owl Labs, the award-winning leader in immersive and collaborative video conferencing technology and services, today announces its partnership with Bechtle, one of Europe’s leading IT providers and largest IT system house in Germany, to strengthen Owl Labs’ presence within key European markets and verticals. As a result of the partnership, Owl Labs can continue to expand the reach, awareness, and adoption of its award-winning flagship product, the Meeting Owl Pro, across Europe through Bechtle’s 80 locations in the DACH region and its e-commerce subsidiaries in 14 European countries, including: UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Switzerland, Austria and Czech Republic.

Frank Weishaupt, CEO of Owl Labs says: “Business leaders across Europe are increasingly embracing hybrid work post-pandemic, with our recent State of Hybrid Work report revealing that 89% of business leaders across Europe plan on having a hybrid workforce post-pandemic. What’s more, 36% of European businesses are now investing in new communication tools and technology to help facilitate this permanent move to hybrid work. We are delighted to team up with Bechtle to meet this rapidly growing demand and make it easier for businesses and teams based in Europe to use Owl Labs’ collaboration technology to help maintain and facilitate clear and effective communication, no matter their location.”

Ascan Collier, Managing Director, Bechtle Logistik & Service says: “Workplaces are undergoing a profound transformation and businesses now require new tools to help accommodate the shift to hybrid working. As organisations adapt to new hybrid working policies, they must leverage new technology to ensure communication, collaboration and productivity are not compromised. As workplaces pivot to hybrid work and progressive policies, Owl Labs is a key partner to help our customers transform their workplaces to keep up with rapidly changing workplace policies.”

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