The modern Cloud IT outsourcing partner Wortell, based in Lijnden, announced that it has acquired Videobutler. Videobutler offers services such as Boardroom as a Service and Meetingroom as a Service, which enables its customers to run digital meetings smoothly.

Passion and ideas

Videobutler was founded in 2007 by Remko Brilman with the idea to completely unburden the customers with their video meetings. Meanwhile, Videobutler now facilitates over 21,000 video meetings for its customers. Wortell has migrated more than 1.6 million people to Office 365. All these people have the opportunity to digitally meet with Microsoft Teams. “The acquisition of Videobutler fits in perfectly with Wortell’s growth strategy. We can now offer all those Office 365 users a complete experience in Microsoft Teams.”, says Danny Burlage, General Manager of Wortell.

Highly personal service

Videobutler optimizes meetings and makes remote collaboration possible by providing a highly personal service in combination with high-quality video conferencing equipment, anywhere in the world. The Videobutlers provide this service and ensure every meeting starts on time without interruption. Videobutler is a Social Enterprise and offers important and responsible work to people who have difficulty finding work outside their home due to a physical disability. In addition, Videobutler ensures that customers have to travel less. Next to reducing CO2 emissions, many customers are happier because they are less often away from home.

Seamless experience

Through the acquisition of Videobutler, a seamless experience can be offered to Office 365 users. The video and telephone services fit in well with the Modern Workplace proposition of Wortell. The modern outsourcing, apps & infra, data & AI and security activities complete the Wortell portfolio. 

Wortell Intelligent Communications

Videobutler will be the first company of the new subsidiary “Wortell Intelligent Communications B.V.” and will be managed by Remko Brilman.

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