Video conferencing has been around a long time and it offers businesses a significant opportunity to transform efficiency. Despite technology breakthroughs dating back to the 1970s and 80s, prices for technology that guarantees good quality performance have remained stubbornly high.
Those that have been prepared to accept variable performance and inconsistent experiences make extensive use of low-cost video applications such as Skype or Facetime. However, using a dedicated business conferencing system is no guarantee of better performance; anyone that’s used GoToMeeting or one of the many other similar systems offered to businesses is likely to have been left feeling a little flat by the experience at some point.
To assist in understanding the factors that are responsible for inconsistent performance and the highly variable user experience, we’ve written and produced ‘Video conferencing FAQ: A buyer’s guide’.
The guide provides invaluable information to those that may be considering how to best exploit the efficiency provided by business-class video conferencing.
Paralogic has worked with smaller, expanding and mid-sized businesses over many years. We’ve often been asked about video conferencing solutions but we’ve felt unable to recommend one solution.
Essentially, the issues outlined within ‘Video conferencing FAQ: A buyer’s guide’ are the reasons why. However, now we think it’s the right time for smaller, expanding and mid-sized companies to transform communications efficiency with video conferencing.
For expert help and advice with video conferencing, simply fill in the form on the right or call us on 01844 293 330.
Our FREE ‘Video conferencing FAQ: A buyer’s guide’ is available by clicking here.
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