Spigraph, the pan-European distributor of document capture and information management solutions, has signed a Benelux, Nordics and UK deal for Linkando's formal remote meetings system.
The Digital Assemblies offering is a secure solution for conducting formal online meetings. Due to the increased demand for legally compliant online meetings as a result of the pandemic, interest in Digital Assemblies has grown in the past year.
In order to provide professional support to organisations, associations or public institutions in more European countries, Linkando has signed the partnership with Spigraph.
In addition to standard video conferencing functions, Digital Assemblies includes voting rights management and enables legally compliant virtual elections and votes.
Volker Wiora, CEO at Germany-headquartered Linkando, said: “Spigraph is supporting us in offering our solution outside of the German-speaking region through its extensive partner network. Through interaction with Spigraph resellers we immediately get a much larger presence for our solutions throughout Europe.”
“With Digital Assemblies we are able to provide our reseller network with a solution for their customers that allows them to reliably conduct online all the meetings that used to be held as face-to-face events - including elections and votes,” said Peter de Boer, CEO at Spigraph.
“It is becoming apparent that online meetings will continue to be the order of the day. Digital Assemblies is a pragmatic approach to support organisations and associations with their digital communication challenges,” added De Boer.
This March, Spigraph took over the business service contracts for the Kodak Alaris scanner range across the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain.