Vlaamsche Gaai Participaties (VGP) has taken over Qconferencing, specialist in videoconference systems for the business market. The company from Diemen was founded in 2001 and focusses on delivery and installation of video communication-solutions in meeting rooms until desktops. Qconferencing focusses mainly on international operation companies, companies with more than one location in the Netherlands, the medical sector, education and the government.
Qconferencing is reseller of video conferencing-products amongst which Polycom, Lifesize, Vidyo and Mirial. Besides that, the company has developed its own product Eye Catcher and offers cloud-video service, which are used mostly by hospitals via virtual consulting rooms.
The owners of Qconferencing, Nico Gielen and Pieter Peletier, offered their company for sale last summer according to De Telegraaf. They were guided by Marktlink Mergers & Acquisitions. Investor VDP exists of three entrepreneurs with a background in satellite communication. They will expand Qconferencing together with Peletier. Gielen, the former founder, is going to do something else.