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Heating and Cooling Manufacturer's Efficiency Principle Lends Itself to Corporate Communication
A newly implemented video conferencing and managed service solution provided by IVCi has increased the use of video meetings throughout the organization.
By Nina Parker
Known for its efficient heating and cooling products, a leading manufacturer wanted to apply the same efficiency principal to collaboration among its many corporate locations. The company decided to implement a video conferencing solution to increase communication among its divisions and reduce travel time and expenses. Video was initially installed in five locations across the U.S, including the company's corporate headquarters.
At first, the video solution was not widely adopted within the organization. The company's IT director set out to increase the use of the technology by contacting industry expert IVCi (a leading integrator of telepresence and video conferencing solutions, audio visual equipment, and managed conferencing services). His goal was to implement a video conferencing system and managed service that would make video so easy to use and reliable that employees would not hesitate to utilize it.
"In addition to adding video units, we wanted our executives to be able to walk into a room and have the video component already up and running," The IT director said. "That way they could just sit down and start the meeting. One of the last things we wanted was to make it difficult to hold a video conference. If people get frustrated because the system is hard to navigate, or if they have to go through too many steps for it to be operational, then the return on investment will be minimal."
The IT director contacted IVCi because he required an integrator with advanced knowledge and resources to manage the company's video conferencing systems. By outsourcing the role to professionals, he aimed to make the video conferencing experience seamless for the user and give his IT staff the support it needed. "One of the reasons I chose IVCi was the reference - a Fortune 50 beverage company - that IVCi provided. I was quite impressed that this company has been using IVCi's managed service for years to operate hundreds of systems across U.S. and international locations, and has had great success with it."
After consulting with the IT director and performing a thorough needs analysis, IVCi designed an integrated solution that would help increase the use of video conferencing throughout the manufacturing company. In addition to Cisco (TANDEBRG) MXP and C-series video conferencing equipment, the company received IVCi's video endpoint management and unlimited bridging for eight global locations.
W H I T E P A P E R
Enterprise videoconferencing has been through a number of hype cycles over the past few decades and has failed to become culturally integrated into the fabric of business processes and communications. However, IDC believes that only recently have the technologies delivered to end users' experiences worthy of initiating a videoconference over a phone call or conducting business across locations that in the past required travel. IDC believes the following three factors will shape the enterprise videoconferencing market over the next five years.
M U L T I M E D I A
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