VideoMost scores in Daishi Bank, Japan

VideoMost scores in Daishi Bank, Japan

SPIRIT DSP, business communications software engines provider, with software products serving more than 1 billion people in 100+ countries, announced today that Daishi Bank, the oldest bank in Japan, uses VideoMost-based videoconferencing product FreshVoice delivered by Tokyo-based Advanced Network Systems Co (Anet).

Daishi Bank was founded in 1873 as the Fourth National Bank of Japan and is headquartered in Niigata, Japan. Nowadays about 2100 employees are working in 123 branches of Daishi Bank. It operates through the following segments: Banking, Leasing, Securities, and Others. Daishi Bank with its total assets of $60B is also a part of Daishi Hokuetsu Group counting $90B assets and operating in 210 branches with 3600+ people staff. 

Daishi Bank has chosen VideoMost-based FreshVoice for corporate video communications, collaboration and efficient team work. FreshVoice is a software product that is deployed on-premise to provide secure video meetings and virtual team collaboration. Self-hosted video conferencing server ensures complete control over corporate communications by keeping 100% of data and media flow inside the corporate. On-premise installation of VideoMost-based video conferencing doesn’t require extra infrastructure costs as it runs on a regular x86 server hardware and effectively manages Internet bandwidth.

“We are pleased that VideoMost had successfully passed tests and confirmed its performance for banking industry where requirements for video communication system are extremely taught. It is an obvious decision to deploy corporate video conferencing system for banks and other companies to survive in the COVID-19 era. Indeed, every government, large business and financial institutions such as Daishi Bank which must be conscious of security issues cannot rely only on cloud-based services and need to deploy its own video conferencing infrastructure in order to maintain security and privacy  of their communications and users.    – said Andrew Sviridenko, Chairman of SPIRIT DSP. 

VideoMost-based FreshVoice is also recognized by a range of prominent Japanese business and governmental customers such as JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy, Asahi KohsanNuclear Safety Technology CenterKyowakai MedicalGoodwin Co., Ltd.

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