Yamaha establishes Unified Communications in Europe

This new channel will be in place from April 2019, and will provide European customers with more products and improved customer support
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Yamaha Corporation has announced the establishment of Unified Communications in Europe within Yamaha Music Europe GmbH, starting April 2019.

According to Yamaha, this new channel under Yamaha Music Europe will provide customers in the region with a stronger sales network, a wider product range, and greater customer support and service.

“Yamaha has been the market leader in UC in Japan for over 10 years and, in 2014, expanded into the United States with the acquisition of Revolabs, which became a subsidiary of the Yamaha Corporation and was renamed to Yamaha Unified Communications last year. Now Yamaha will proceed with a new focus in the European market,” said Hirofumi (Hogan) Osawa, operating officer and senior general manager of business division, audio products, Yamaha. “With this move, we will be able to provide complete coverage of the region, quickly answering technical questions, guiding customers to the solutions that will best fit their applications, and fulfilling orders faster.”

After optimising the regional and technical knowledge of the European Yamaha sales channel, Yamaha has prepared to provide customers with better support, including a new, dedicated IT sales channel team. The company’s European team will be able to assist customers who wish to update their communications systems.

At ISE 2019, Yamaha will present commercial audio solutions at stand 3-C112, and UC-dedicated solutions at stands 11-F120 and 11-G120.


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