IVC Media News Blog
Leading systems integrator IVC Media, has announced today it has completed the installation of a video conference and IPTV system to help improve services for the charity: Help for Heroes (H4H). As part of the deal, IVC worked to supply discounted equipment and arranged advantageous terms from suppliers and manufactures for the installation at the personal recovery and assessment centre for wounded servicemen and women at Tedworth House in Wiltshire.
H4H leases Tedworth House and is currently carrying out a £17m renovation project that will see the first group of personnel using it this month, and by September 2012, it will be operating at full capacity. The personal recovery and assessment centre will provide the facilities to support the two key parts of the recovery process; the holistic life skills course and the activities to get the wounded, sick and injured back out doing what they enjoy the most.
“We have been delighted to complete the installation of a working IPTV, and Video Conferencing system at the centre which will help servicemen and women rebuild their lives,” explains John Smith, managing director of IVC Media. “As a company, we have been striving to streamline our processes and, over the past year, have been successful in creating a more flexible and innovative approach to project management. As a result, we are now starting to pass on numerous benefits to clients like H4H, which include achieving more cost effective deals, better terms and discounted equipment by working more closely with our suppliers and manufacturers. “