Avaya Helps Gujarat-based Liberty Career to Expand Reach

Avaya’s comprehensive video conferencing solutions has been deployed across its 12 centers and 60 classrooms

Avaya Scopia videoconferencing capabilities has been selected by Liberty Career Academy to enhance its video-enabled learning platform – helping more students in remote locations benefit from access to education and delivering operational cost savings in the process.
Liberty Career Academy, a private coaching institute in Gujarat, has deployed Avaya’s comprehensive video conferencing solutions across its 12 centers and 60 classrooms. The Academy provides educational facilities to more than 2000 underserved students across remote cities throughout Gujarat. The institute successfully reduced the cost of its operations – including time, travel and administration – by implementing video conferencing solutions further declared the release.

Core to the deployment was the installation of the Avaya Scopia Elite 6110 multi-point control unit (MCU) which supports a true HD experience delivered via Avaya Scopia XT 4200 HD video-conference endpoints. This HD multi-party video collaboration solution optimizes bandwidth utilization and the Academy estimates it will deliver up to 30 percent savings in bandwidth costs annually.

“Avaya’s video conferencing solutions meet all our needs. The ability to participate in the sessions effectively, regardless of device or location, has been a huge plus. Visual learning has improved our student’s results significantly: , they no longer have to spend multiple hours a day travelling but can devote that time to studying; combined with better access to expert faculty the students have managed to translate these advantages into higher grades,” said Ankit Patel, Director, Liberty Career Academy, India.

“Our video solutions are based on an open technology that enables effortless deployment in and among schools and across campuses. These solutions have essentially enhanced distant learning and have provided swifter inter-faculty collaboration by creating a multi-point video conference on the fly,” said Hrishi Parthasarathy, Director (Channels & Strategic Partnerships), Avaya India.

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