Our Video Conferencing Offer
When it comes to picking the right video conferencing solution for you, there’s no right or wrong. Want to transform existing space into a huddle room, meeting room, boardroom or interactive room? Learn how these types of rooms can facilitate engaging, interactive meetings. With British workers spending over 10% of their workweek in meetings, ensuring your company has the right video conferencing systems in place to make meetings efficient is crucial.
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Why your company needs video conferencing solutions
With an ever-increasing percentage of the population working from home, permanently or at least partially, video conferences have become a standard in everyone’s workdays. While this unforeseen and accelerated trend came as new ground for smaller businesses, large corporations have been dealing with video conferencing systems for a long time. Trying to keep their regional teams on the same page, creating a sense of belonging and generally making sure their online experience is reliable and effective as their in-person meetings.
Additionally, video conferencing systems have replaced work social events at a time when they are not available. Calls have enabled people to feel connected and “part of the team” in company-wide meetings and build their work relationships online-first.
In short, the flexibility of video conferencing has boosted employee productivity and collaboration, as they’re just one click away from all their colleagues. Factors such as increased efficiency, the option of remote working and almost null entry barriers have all made video conferencing systems extremely popular in the modern workspace. The rise of Bring Your Own Device policies further enabled employees to connect to meetings anywhere, at any time.
In contrast, on-premises optimisations have recently been on the rise for meeting rooms, with huddle rooms, boardrooms, meeting rooms and interactive rooms becoming as popular as ever.
Long gone are the days of meetings in large meeting rooms. Recently, huddle rooms have been on the rise for video conferencing. A huddle room is a smaller meeting room, typically equipped with audio and video tools. Huddle rooms are popular quick team meeting venues, even though the rise of video conferencing transformed them into meeting rooms, where video meetings between colleagues and customers frequently happen. Contrarily to traditional meeting rooms, huddle rooms typically don’t require prior reservations. Given their new purpose, audio and video capabilities inside huddle rooms must be up to standard to guarantee high-quality conference calls.
Medium and large conference rooms
About half of the global workforce participates in meetings either in medium or large conference rooms. With most meetings taking place in the form of cloud video conferencing, you must check whether your facilities are up to standard or if they require an upgrade following the recent drive to digital video conferencing solutions. Rather than a replacement for traditional face-to-face meetings, at ISDM, we consider video conferencing systems to be a means of improving communication & relationships, allowing global teams to interact as if they were in the same room.