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ViewSonic’s Jeff Volpe: COVID-19 Crisis Has Boosted Demand For Monitors, Interactive Screens, Collaboration Software

‘I think people are realizing now that the monitor, which is normally an afterthought, is going to become a little bit more popular because of the value that it brings to homes and businesses and collaboration stations and what have you. The densely populated cubicle is probably going to be fading a little bit,’ Volpe, ViewSonic’s president of the Americas, tells CRN.

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Navigating The COVID-19 Storm

ViewSonic, one of the IT industry‘s largest branded vendors of monitors and collaboration products, has seen a lot of changes in its business due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Demand for its monitors spiked as businesses moved to support their remote workers, while its large education and collaboration markets had to quickly shift to a focus on remote learning and communication, according to Jeff Volpe, president of ViewSonic’s Americas business.

Volpe also told CRN that while ViewSonic depended on manufacturing based near Wuhan, China, which completely shut down at the start of the pandemic, the company got lucky with its supply chain. Late last year, when the U.S. and China were trading words over trade issues, which led to concerns about new tariffs on China-made products, the company placed a huge order for monitors that came in just before the supply chain was impacted by the pandemic.

Here’s how Volpe said ViewSonic is weathering the COVID-19 crisis.

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