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.

Employee Rating

3.1More
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanySerenova
HQAustin, TX, US
Founded2003
Websitelifesize.com
Cybersecurity ratingDMore
LifeSize was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Austin, TX, US

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Key People/Management at LifeSize

Kim Niederman

Kim Niederman

Chief Executive Officer
Ashish Seth

Ashish Seth

Chief Product Officer
James Floyd

James Floyd

Chief Financial Officer
Gayle Wiley

Gayle Wiley

Chief People Officer
Jeff Brody

Jeff Brody

Board Member
Seth Miller

Seth Miller

Chief Information 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
Helsinki
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LifeSize Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2003

Total Funding

$98 m

Investors

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

LifeSize Operating Metrics

Apr, 2018

Countries

100

Customers

4.5 k

Partners

1.8 k
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LifeSize Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
KaptivoAugust 20, 2020

LifeSize Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

D

65/100

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LifeSize Online and Social Media Presence

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LifeSize Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    A

    79/100

  • CEO Rating

    B

    72/100

  • Compensation

    B-

    71/100

  • Diversity

    B+

    80/100

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LifeSize Blogs

Interactive Voice Response Systems (IVR): How They’ve Changed the Landscape of Customer Support

Customer support has been evolving lately, especially when it comes to contact centers. We’re now seeing innovative developments in Interactive Voice Response (IVR), automation, and even video call integrations. These innovations are mainly a result of businesses realizing that quality customer serv…

Omnichannel Contact Center: A Guide for 2021 (with Actionable Tips)

Even during this time marked by rapid change and uncertainty, the foundation of a successful contact center remains constant: exceptional customer experience. Organizations that deliver consistently positive customer experiences thrive through any crisis. In fact, events like the COVID-19 pandemic p…

Call Centers 101: The Guide to Call Centers and Which Works Best for Your Business

Every business aspires to be loved by its customers. However, creating a customer experience that engenders lasting customer loyalty and affection requires organizational-wide commitment and prioritization, often with C-level support. For decades, the call center has served as the frontline for the …

Video in the Contact Center goes mainstream

With the announcement of Zoom’s acquisition of Five9, there has been quite a buzz in the industry about video and contact center applications. Industry experts have weighed in highlighting the benefits to customers. Among the benefits, better ways for businesses to connect and interact with each oth…

9 Contact Center Best Practices for 2022 (and Actionable Tips)

For most contact centers, surviving the first months of COVID-19 required swift operational reboots that began with major work-from-home (WFH) transitions. The strain of balancing the need to protect employees from the coronavirus while maintaining business continuity continues for contact center le…

Lifesize Spring 2021 Suite Release: Preparing Customers for the World of Hybrid Work

The global pandemic appears to be abating in many places, and that’s fantastic news for organizations the world over. However, the new hybrid work reality we all now face still leaves plenty of challenges for those organizations in how they serve customers through their contact centers and collabora…
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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 Kim Niederman, Ashish Seth and James Floyd.

  • 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.