Video comms specialist Imago will continue distributing Scopia videoconferencing in the UK, Benelux and France despite Avaya's buyout of Radvision.
Ian Vickerage (pictured), managing director of Imago Group, said Avaya had appointed Imago to keep representing the products.
"We have been operating a 'business as usual' policy with the Scopia portfolio over the past few months," Vickerage said.
Scopia kit worked well alongside other Avaya products, he added. Avaya acquired Radvision last year.
Under the new agreement, Imago subsidiary Video Corporation will distribute all Scopia video products.
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