With an increasing number of people working remotely, providing the right environment that allows them to connect and interact virtually as they would if physically “in the room”, is no longer a luxury but a necessity for your organisation.
When defining your collaboration strategy, considering the different ways and means that are accessible for users to leverage technology, is fundamental to realising the full benefits of your investment.
We start by engaging with you and your team to understand the way you currently use the meeting rooms available and provide recommendation that can improve collaboration. Depending on the size of your organisation, these recommendations will typically incorporate a range of technologies aligned to your needs and budget that transform your meeting rooms into creative and dynamic spaces.
If you have an online collaboration platform already in place, you may decide to introduce an all in one device that incorporates a large screen display, designed to enrich core features such as virtual meeting rooms, multiple participant video conferencing, content sharing, white boarding and wireless presenting from any device.
Alternatively, a stand-alone point solution will deliver elements of key functionality without the integration across your network and systems. Most commonly this will allow for any internal or external participants to present wirelessly via industry standard devices to a flat screen display, projector or interactive white board, with an audio device that is suitable for voice conferencing.