Video conferencing

With the evolution of high definition technology, video conferencing has evolved into a vital business tool that provides face-to-face meetings for multiple parties across the UK and the world, while also enabling document and image sharing to promote faster decision making to ensure you bring your products or services to market quicker and stay ahead of your competitors.

Video conferencing will provide an immediate return on investment with travel costs substantially reduced: less mileage, fewer hotel bills and reduced expenses.

Furthermore, your workforce will have more time to spend on more productive tasks rather than spending time behind the wheel of a car, in a train or on a plane.

This will give you and your colleagues a better work/life balance in terms of less time potentially spent away while video conferencing can also be used to create more personal links and strengthen bonds with more remote clients or other colleagues.

All this and you will go some way to meeting your corporate green objectives too.

Video conferencing will probably never fully replace business travel but even using it for a percentage of your meetings will undoubtedly provide a rapid return on your investment.

We have supplied and installed video conferencing equipment to customers in the South West, where our headquarters are based in Exeter, Devon, and the surrounding areas including Plymouth and Cornwall, and further afield to Bristol, Portsmouth, Reading and South Wales.

Our engineering excellence in this field has been demonstrated with a brace of accreditations awarded by LifeSize and Alcatel-Lucent.

In addition, we are a LifeSize Professional Partner.

We can scale a video conferencing solution to suit any company’s needs in terms of size and performance and, working with specialist partners, we can provide the full audio visual solution, including room set-up, bespoke furniture, lighting and microphones.

Furthermore, video conferencing can be used as an independent platform or be fully integrated into other packages to build a fully unified communications environment.