Vizolution has won the coveted Technology award at the 2014 Made in Wales awards for their screen sharing solution vScreen.
The technology award was for the company with the biggest impact in the areas of electronics, software, computer hardware or telecommunications. Judges praised the international potential of Port Talbot-based Vizolution’s system vScreen.
The Made in Wales awards celebrate the best in Welsh manufacturing, product development and design and the technology award was sponsored by Software Alliance Wales.
At the awards dinner the audience heard from Lyn Evans, project leader at CERN, and Julie James, the Welsh Government’s deputy minister for skills and technology.
vScreen is a SaaS solution that transforms how businesses engage with their customers remotely and is designed to work seamlessly within any call centre environment using existing browsers without the need for any IT support. Using vScreen, agents can share documents with a customer over an encrypted, secure internet connection to visually convey key information. Additionally, using electronic signatures during the call allows for real-time acknowledgement and acceptance of terms and conditions
Bill Safran, CEO of Vizolution said, “This award caps a very successful year for Vizolution and we’re very pleased to have won with such stiff competition. Our technology team in Port Talbot continues to innovate and enable vScreen to reach a wider audience both in the UK and abroad. We are delighted that the judges recognised the international potential of vScreen as we preparing for a formal launch into new international territories and sectors.”