Kramer Electronics Acquires UC Workspace (UCW)

Kramer Electronics Ltd. has announced the acquisition of UC Workspace (UCW), a pioneer and leader in unifying collaborative experiences.

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Jerusalem, Israel-based Kramer Electronics Ltd. today acquired UC Workspace (UCW). UCW is, of course, a prominent firm looking to unify collaborative experiences. According to the principals, uniting Kramer’s and UCW’s technology and product portfolios under one roof creates new and unique opportunities. Moreover, they say, it brings simplicity, automation and collaboration to enterprise and education customers.

UCW products facilitate engagement across multiple platforms. Thus, they provide intuitive ways to communicate, control and collaborate. Its Quicklaunch software solution enables people and organizations to seamlessly engage across multiple UC&C platforms. The company describes it as a fast, secure and intuitive way to launch and control any meeting, regardless of conferencing provider. UCW continues its commitment to helping organizations boost productivity across multiple dimensions. Thus, it will offer its WEAV content and interaction platform and UCCentral software to provide better insight and control of workspaces, devices and apps.

“This acquisition is the latest step in our journey to reinvent the collaboration experience,” Gilad Yron, Kramer’s CEO, explains. “It is a power-up in our commitment to creating new ways for people to engage and collaborate more intuitively, simply and inclusively.” Yron adds, “And, with that, to bring more layers of productivity to our customers.”

UCW Will Help Kramer Accelerate

Furthermore, Yron describes bringing UCW into the Kramer family as an accelerant. Indeed, he says, it will hasten “our drive to build a market-leading product and R&D organization.” Yron concludes, “It’s a perfect fit with our existing technologies and our innovation plans for the new physical-digital world.”

Angela Hlavka, CEO of UC Workspace, speaks from the perspective of helping create the market for unified collaborative experiences. “We are thrilled to take UCW technology and [its] partner network to a new scale,” she says. “This will benefit all our customers through a broader range of solutions, new technologies and market-leading customer support.” Finally, she expresses her delight to join the Kramer family. She describes it as an “exciting journey toward better and more productive collaboration for all.”

For prior Commercial Integrator coverage of Kramer Electronics, check out our website archive.

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Dan Ferrisi has been covering the commercial AV industry as an editor, reporter and writer since 2004. He is the former editor of Sound & Communications, and he joined Commercial Integrator as editor-in-chief in November 2021.

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