Some of the things we’ve heard about Video Conferencing…
“tried it, it wasn’t any good”
“bought a system, it’s just not used”
“it’s not for us, we just don’t have a need for it”
“wow, the quality is great”
“the travel savings alone make the investment worthwhile”
“we recovered our initial investment costs within the first 6 months”
So, what’s the difference? The technology is now far superior, so if you tried it a few years ago, then I really suggest you get yourself a demo and see what it’s like now. My guess is that the last 3 worked with a partner who really knew their stuff, advised the best solution for their problems, worked with them to adopt the technology and supported them throughout. The first 3 probably did not. If you have multiple offices or employees working remotely, then you probably have a hefty travel budget and Video Conferencing guarantees to reduce your costs.