Nureva Inc., an innovator in advanced audio conferencing solutions, announces the appointment of Nvincy Solutions as its distributor in India. Nvincy, a value-added distributor that builds long-term relationships with its resellers and their customers, has begun to introduce Nureva’s HDL200 audio conferencing system to the Indian market, where there is an increasing need for reliable audio to support the country’s growing hybrid workforce.

Globally, Nureva audio systems have been in steady demand, and they continue to gain rapid adoption with customers such as Allianz, BBC, Goethe Institut, Procter & Gamble, Roche and Toulouse Business School. Powered by patented Microphone Mist technology, the HDL200 system, along with the full line of Nureva audio conferencing systems, brings clear, reliable audio to meeting and learning spaces. Microphone Mist technology fills a room with thousands of virtual microphones so in-room participants can move around, maintain physical distance and still be heard clearly by remote participants. All systems feature true full-room microphone pickup, easy installation and continuous autocalibration that automatically adapts to any room configuration.

“Nureva leads with the notion that there is no reason for collaboration users to settle for ‘good enough’ audio quality and less than optimal user experiences,” said Roopam Jain, Frost & Sullivan’s senior industry director for the Connected Work Business Unit ICT. “Nureva’s audio systems are constantly pushing the boundaries of technology to stay on the leading edge and have helped to make meetings more intelligent and engaging.”

The pandemic has accelerated the hybrid workforce trend by several years, and in India, businesses continue to support a geographically agnostic, distributed, dynamic workforce with “anytime and anywhere” access to remote collaboration. A recent article in New Indian Express stated that India’s largest IT services firm, TCS, is planning to deploy a 25-25 model where only 25% of its 400,000 employees will work from the office by 2025. Companies like Infosys, Wipro and HCL Tech have also said there will be no swift changes in the current work from home model and that the transition to work from offices will be gradual. With the pandemic continuing and people getting vaccinated, hybrid working models are expected to become a key part of corporate strategy in India. Recognizing this trend along with the critical nature of reliable audio conferencing for a successful hybrid workforce, Nvincy is well-positioned to accelerate the adoption of Nureva’s advanced audio solutions throughout India.

“Since the pandemic, the demand for reliable audio conferencing has elevated the requirements for physical distancing, and as businesses adopt hybrid working models, dispersed teams understand that clear and reliable audio is important for work to get done,” said Saugato Siddhanta, Nvincy’s director. “We are honoured to represent Nureva as we know there is a huge opportunity for its innovative audio systems in India.”

“We are delighted to have Nvincy introduce our HDL200 audio conferencing system to the Indian market,” said Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO. “We look forward to working with them to address the critical need for audio conferencing solutions that support the long-term trend of hybrid working.”