• Vega Global announces partnership with Aura

    12 January 2022

    (11 January 2021, Hong Kong) Vega Global (Vega), APAC’s leading AV/IT systems integrator, today announce their strategic partnership with Aura, combining their award-winning AV/IT technology integration and end-toend solutions and services with the leading workspace technology specialist’s objective-driven approach toconnecting digital and physical workspaces.

    Solidifying their relationship with Aura, Vega extend their service offerings for their large base of global multinational clients across the EU and US markets, working with some of the most recognisable brands across a wide variety of sectors.

    “This partnership represents the ideal opportunity for both Vega and Aura to compete and grow in the global marketplace,” said Matthew Deayton, Deputy CEO at Vega. “We see the Vega and Aura businesses align in many ways, to which we’re excited about providing our customers a stronger, strategic, end-to-end experience. As more and more organisations drive towards merging their digital and physical workspaces to improve collaboration, business output, and increased productivity, Vega’s partnership with Aura is a solid opportunity to more holistically support our clients, globally.”

    “Vega and Aura share the same passion for unified communications and collaboration to enhance productivity in the workplace,” said Alpesh Unalkat, Aura’s CEO. “Together the combined strengths of Aura and Vega offer greater capacity to deliver the best possible service at a global level, and the opportunity to maximise the benefits of connected workspaces which support wider business objectives.”

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