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Digital Samba at Channel Partners Expo 2018

03 May 2018

Channel Expo 2018 Floor on opening day

Digital Samba's own VP of OEM sales, Dave Segal, joined more than 6,000 industry experts at The Venetian Las Vegas for this years Channel Partners Expo. Along with sharing ideas and making connections, Dave met with potential new partners to discuss the newest version of our software - Samba Live for OEM.

While there were many panels to attend and speakers to listen to, our time was spent meeting with partners old and new,  all excited to find that Digital Samba is mere months from unleashing our latest WebRTC/HTML5 based video communications solution onto the world with Samba Live for OEM. The enthusiasm surrounding the product and the launch has only bolstered our confidence that we’re providing a product that’s been long awaited.

You might wonder why we didn’t have a booth or do an official product launch at #CPExpo - and it’s because everything we do comes back to a commitment of first highlighting our partners. Channel Partners Expo is the premier channel event of the year, where our partners announce and launch their own products and services – at Digital Samba we strive to be the heart that powers our partners’ services; in no way do we want to outshine them or circumvent their offerings by promoting ourselves above them. Dave successfully showed off the new Samba Live system, and we’re quite satisfied with what our man-on-the-ground accomplished.

Frankly, we’re happier uplifting our partners and their businesses by providing the absolute best white label video conferencing solution, with licensing plans that support their growth.

At next years expo we look forward to meeting our newest OEM partners.  In the meantime – if you’re interested in learning more about the new Samba Live for OEM get in touch.


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