LifeSize is a company providing cloud-based video conferencing services and integrated equipment. The company offers proprietary software for 4K video conferencing, audio and video devices for meeting rooms, and screen sharing solutions. The products are used in education, healthcare, financial, legal, manufacturing, media, entertainment, oil, gas, electric, and technology industries.

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Parent CompanySerenova
HQAustin, TX, US
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
LifeSize was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Austin, TX, US

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Key People/Management at LifeSize

Craig Malloy

Craig Malloy

Chief Executive Officer
Bobby Beckmann

Bobby Beckmann

Chief Technology Officer
Michael Helmbrecht

Michael Helmbrecht

Chief Operating Officer
Matt Hibbard

Matt Hibbard

Chief Financial Officer
Gayle Wiley

Gayle Wiley

Chief People Officer
Josh Kivenko

Josh Kivenko

Chief Marketing Officer
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LifeSize Office Locations

LifeSize has offices in Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and in 9 other locations
Austin, TX, US (HQ)
1601 S MoPac Expy #100
Los Angeles, CA, US
Los Angeles, CA, USA
San Francisco, CA, US
San Francisco
Helsinki, FI
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LifeSize Financials and Metrics

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$98 m


In total, LifeSize had raised $98 m. LifeSize is a subsidiary of Serenova

LifeSize Operating Metrics

Apr, 2018




4.50 k


1.80 k
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LifeSize Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
KaptivoAugust 20, 2020

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LifeSize Blogs

Do Your Agents Have an AI Angel on Their Shoulder?

In last week’s “Customer Experience in the Cloud” LinkedIn Live episode and recap blog, we kicked off our new mini-series, “Customer Experience Differentiated,” with a discussion about first impressions and how AI can give contact centers a leg up in that critical pre-interaction phase. This week, w…

For Today’s Contact Centers, Great First Impressions May Start With AI

Everybody knows you only get one chance to make a first impression — which is why I want to start this week’s post with something truly inspiring. Let me direct your attention to the venerable U.S. reality TV show, The Bachelor.  But seriously! Stay with me. In every season of The Bachelor, there’s …

Contact Centers Get No Respect: Make Them Strategic Business Hubs

First and foremost, I’d like to open 2021 by extending an immense amount of gratitude to every single person who tuned in for an episode of “Customer Experience in the Cloud” as we got it off the ground down the stretch in 2020.   And now, new year, new topical mini-series! For the next six […] The …

The Lifesize Story Persists Through the Pandemic: Recent News and Views

To say there’s a lot going on in our world right now would be a massive understatement, so you’d be entirely forgiven if you missed any of Lifesize’s company news and thought leadership from the past few months. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place to get caught up as we cruise into the holid…

AI and Video: A CX Match Made in Heaven

CX differentiation takes efficiency and a human touch We did it, my CX comrades — we made it through 2020. But before you take that final victory lap, ask yourself: How can your contact center get better next year? What opportunities and technologies do you have at your fingertips to deliver a truly…

From Cloud Laggards to CX Leaders: Confronting the Fears of CCaaS Adoption

Part 3: Mitigating Personal Risk and Career Stakes  This blog post is the finale of a 3-part series on overcoming the fears and risks associated with the weighty decision to migrate a contact center to the cloud. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. People-centric change management A large portion of a…
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LifeSize Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was LifeSize founded?

    LifeSize was founded in 2003.

  • Who are LifeSize key executives?

    LifeSize's key executives are Craig Malloy, Bobby Beckmann and Michael Helmbrecht.

  • How many employees does LifeSize have?

    LifeSize has 399 employees.

  • Who are LifeSize competitors?

    Competitors of LifeSize include Cisco Webex, Blue Jeans Network and GoToMeeting.

  • Where is LifeSize headquarters?

    LifeSize headquarters is located at 1601 S MoPac Expy #100, Austin.

  • Where are LifeSize offices?

    LifeSize has offices in Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and in 9 other locations.

  • How many offices does LifeSize have?

    LifeSize has 13 offices.