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Many organizations have approached IP video conferencing as a means to reduce the cost and impact of travelling for meetings. Opportunities for more pervasive use of video conferencing (VC) are increasing the potential for valuable collaboration and communication.
Vendors offer a range of visual communication capabilities, from basic room-based VC, to immersive and executive telepresence experiences, desktop and mobile client-based VC, and digital signage and whiteboard functionality.
This Vendor Landscape isolates key vendor strengths and challenges, and provides resources to help accelerate your selection process.
A room-based VC system is not the only option that can be chosen to avoid travelling; organizations must understand the needs of those workers who work outside traditional facilities to determine which VC requirements are most important.
Implementing room-based VC systems within the context of a pervasive video communication strategy offers the greatest opportunity to reduce travel costs and improve productivity through enhanced communication, but it is critical that organizations focus on their own specific requirements.
Upfront cost should not be the only factor in selecting a VC solution; organizations must realize that to get the full return on investment, the VC solution must enhance engagement efficiently.
Impact and Result
Quickly develop a shortlist of vendors that offer solutions covering the entire spectrum of VC requirements.
Be confident that the right potential partners are being considered to meet current and future video communication needs.
Vendor Landscape: Video Conferencing
1. Evaluate leading video conferencing vendors
Arrive at a shortlist of vendors for further analysis.
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