Edge Expands Partner Network With AVPro Edge, BrightSign & Alleo

Edge, formerly USAV, has added three new preferred manufacturer partners (PMP): AVPro Edge, BrightSign and Alleo.

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Edge Expands Partner Network With AVPro Edge, BrightSign & Alleo

Edge, formerly USAV, announced the addition of three new preferred manufacturer partners (PMP), AVPro Edge, BrightSign and Alleo.

Per a statement, AVPro Edge develops and manufactures connectivity products designed to provide integrators with the tools they need to get their jobs done. BrightSign creates immersive digital-signage experiences using its media players software and cloud-based networking solutions for the commercial digital-signage industry. Meanwhile, Alleo helps reimagine the collaboration and presentation experiences that drive high-value outcomes.

“Edge continues to deliver on its promise to provide unparalleled partnerships to its members with the addition of AVPro Edge, BrightSign and Alleo to our network,” says Michael Boettcher, president of Edge. In his perspective, Edge carefully curates the line card to ensure Edge integrators have access to the best products in the industry. Thus, the new additions to the partner network were strategically selected to help Edge continue to achieve this.

AVPro Edge

According to a statement, AVPro Edge is a full adopter of HDMI, HDBaseT and HDCP and provides the quality products integrators deserve. Its engineers regularly work with the aforementioned organizations and chip manufacturers to ensure that capable products come to market. As a veteran- and woman-owned business, AVPro Global Holdings, doing business as AVPro Edge, is one of a select few manufacturers serving residential and commercial custom-installation markets to develop, engineer and manufacture products on American soil by dedicated American craftsmen.


BrightSign’s cutting-edge technology helps businesses create captivating experiences that connect and communicate with people in dynamic and impactful ways, per a statement. The company says its players provide reliability, rock-solid security, maintainability, ease-of-use and optimal performance. BrightSign’s entire line of players feature BrightSignOS. Per a statement, this is a unique and purpose-built operating system for creating, authoring, publishing and monitoring digital signage.

“Aligning with Edge as a preferred manufacturing partner is a great opportunity for BrightSign,” remarks Misty Chalk, vice president of America’s Sales at BrightSign. “By combining our legendary reliability, unmatched capabilities and global partner network we believe we can add a tremendous value to the Edge integrators and help to provide amazing digital signage experiences for their customers.”


Alleo says it provides a browser-based interactive digital canvas that serves as the single destination for creating and delivering customizable hybrid-collaboration and presentation experiences. Per a statement, this “Deep Collaboration” software unifies the collaborative experience. It achieves this by allowing users to easily assemble the necessary people, content and tools in a way that promotes engagement and delivers collaboration equity in any hybrid environment.

“We are excited to join forces with Edge to enable their members to offer next-generation technologies to their customers,” adds Brandon Fisher, founder and CEO of Alleo. “We work exclusively through the channel and look forward to identifying opportunities with Edge integrators in the U.S. and globally.”

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