By Neal St. Anthony, Star Tribune
“Mike Werch quit a job with a telecommunications firm in 1999 to start Bloomington-based Video Guidance, which focuses exclusively on videoconferencing. And he hasn’t looked back. The firm has grown to 35 employees and recently struck a deal with a Norway-based video conferencing software company called Pexip that provides “personal meeting rooms” for any number of users on video, voice and mobile.
Werch hosts a seminar this week at Video Guidance about how new technologies are shaping the way businesses, schools and nonprofits communicate and collaborate. For six consecutive years, Video Guidance has been named to the “Inc. 5000” list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.”