Sightcall expands to New Zealand with Rubis Digital

Friday 25 May 2018 | 09:42 CET | News
SightCall, a US-based provider of real-time video interactions for enterprises, announced an expansion to New Zealand through partnership with Rubis Digital, a digital integrator that helps Kiwi businesses digitally transform and adapt at scale. SightCall's strategic partnership with Rubis Digital will allow NZ organisations to use SightCall's visual support platform for video interactions between customers and enterprises.

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Categories: General
Companies: SightCall
Countries: New Zealand
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