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The Video Boardroom

Nov 9, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend

Outlining the major reasons Video Conferencing is becoming a business need.


What is Telepresence

Telepresence technology allows multiple individuals to experience a meeting as if they were there, in the room. Telepresence involves incorporating video, audio and content live from one location to another seamlessly.


The impression it gives.

Incorporating Video Conferencing into your boardroom can provide a lot more impact than you'd think. When a Customer or partner dial into your conference room they are immediately greeted with a clear, sharp and high-definition view of your team. As first impressions go, not bad. If you choose to go for a fully managed video conferencing service you will also have the luxury of a concierge to help your and your contacts get set-up and into the room, providing all parties with a truly professional experience.


The tools at your disposal

Video conferencing allows you to utilise several excellent tools to enhance your meetings. Video recording allows you to look back on the points discussed. Content sharing lets all members of the call view presentations or documents that need to be reviewed or discussed. Desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone endpoints mean you can dial in specialists from within your company at a moment's notice, whether they are on site or not. 


Key Announcements

Thanks to easy dial in and recording options, key business meetings and announcements can be made from the perfect location, your boardroom, straight to everyone in your company. Allowing employees to dial in and watch live, contribute or ask key questions. With all meetings available to record you can then follow up your meetings with an online link allowing staff to rewatch the meeting, just in case somebody missed it.


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Chris Townsend

Written by Chris Townsend

Marketing Analyst, London Office