About Vermont Interactive Technologies
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Vermont Interactive Technologies (formerly Vermont Interactive Television) is Vermont's not-for-profit statewide videoconferencing network. We serve all sectors of the Vermont economy by providing easily accessible and affordable videoconferencing services for meetings, public hearings, training sessions and classroom instruction. Our mission supports all Vermonters through effective use of technology, and our unique statewide network gives Vermont a competitive economic development advantage.
Since 1988, our organization has provided high-quality technology to support and facilitate functional meetings. Our clients use VIT to connect with their customers, stakeholders, members, volunteers and students throughout the state and around the world. Our experienced staff is dedicated to helping our clients manage their remote meetings, videoconferences and teaching sessions with ease.
Vermont Interactive Technologies is overseen by a Coordinating Council appointed by the Governor. VIT's locations around the state are housed mainly in educational institutions, including at college campuses, and are open to all Vermont organizations.