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 ratingDMore
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
Kim Niederman

Kim Niederman

Chief Executive Officer
Bobby Beckmann

Bobby Beckmann

Chief Technology Officer
Tom Cameron

Tom Cameron

Chief Revenue Officer
Michael Helmbrecht

Michael Helmbrecht

Chief Operating Officer
Matt Hibbard

Matt Hibbard

Chief Financial 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




4.5 k


1.8 k
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LifeSize Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
KaptivoAugust 20, 2020

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LifeSize Blogs

Selecting a CCaaS Provider: You Be the Judge, Part 2

Today we’ll be rounding out our discussion on choosing the right CCaaS provider — and with that, concluding this particular “Customer Experience in the Cloud” mini-series of live streams and blog posts. In last week’s post, we explored how to assess CCaaS providers’ core proficiency areas while stay…

Selecting a CCaaS Provider: You Be the Judge, Part 1

This week marks the beginning of the end of our current mini-series of live streams and blog posts. We’ve explored the need for contact centers to evolve past the process-focused mindset of omnichannel to a true channelless approach as well as towards a more connected, effortless customer experience…

Pearson Education’s Contact Center Heroics

Enterprise Connect recently unveiled its inaugural list of 2021 IT Hero Award winners, a celebration of the people behind impressive technology implementations and a perfect complement to Lifesize’s focus on the Human Enterprise. We’re particularly thrilled that Frank Santistevan, platform technolog…

The Price of Spending Less: Building a CCaaS Business Case, Part 2

Last week, we discussed how CCaaS can help CX leaders answer the perennial mandate to do more with less — and where to get started with building a successful business case when the time comes to prove your worth.  We know we need to be ready to do our homework and present multiple options. We […] Th…

The Human Enterprise: Enabling Collaboration Through Interoperability

The COVID-19 pandemic forced most organizations to fast-track digital transformation initiatives, and no line item shot to the top of the priority list quite like video and digital collaboration. As leaders reevaluate their employees’ work environments, they have to account for how much more revenue…

The Price of Spending Less: Building a CCaaS Business Case, Part 1

Stop me if this sounds familiar:  The CEO or CFO calls you into their office. It turns out that next year’s contact center budget is dropping by 10 percent — oh, and by the way, the customer base is projected to grow by 10 percent. You point out that you’re already stretched a little thin […] The po…
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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, Kim Niederman and Bobby Beckmann.

  • 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.