Guide - Five Reasons Businesses Crave Video Conferencing (and why it belongs in your tech stack)

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For modern and innovative businesses to grow and globalize, building and maintaining quality relationships with partners, suppliers, internal teams, investors and customers is essential. Utilizing a simple, unified video conferencing solution within your organization not only enables you to communicate just like being there in person (minus the travel expenses), but it also enhances the face-to-face communication necessary for productive and authentic collaboration.

 

Cloud-based video conferencing services make it easy for just about anyone to spin up a trial in their department and get started. But before you do, it’s a good idea to take a moment and get IT involved. Having video conferencing in a tech stack owned and managed by IT can take the service from a department-specific meetings’ feature to a game changer for the organization. Here are the top five reasons why businesses deploy video conferencing and why it’s such a benefit to have IT involved in the decision process.

 

Businesses use Lifesize for more than just meeting productivity. From enabling the face-to-face communication linked to improved collaboration and faster decision-making to removing the reliance (and cost) of legacy conferencing services, Lifesize provides an IT-approved, end-to-end collaboration solution designed to:

 

  • Enable the digital workforce
  • Simplify management and usability
  • Rally communication and culture
  • Increase communication reliability
  • Improve value and reduce redundancy
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