Gain a Competitive Edge with Online Meetings and Video Conferencing
Working for an established company often comes with a sense of security. But if you’re paying attention to the business environment, you know that nimble up-and-comers are disrupting industries at every turn. Stability can quickly erode if your team can’t innovative fast enough. So, how can established businesses step up their agility and maintain a competitive edge?
The answer might surprise you. It turns out that something as simple as better communication – through online meetings and video conferencing – can set your organization apart. From forming more meaningful connections with customers, to quickly tapping into global resources to solve a problem, the ability to connect instantly and work together in real-time lets established companies make better use of the resources they already have. And that resourcefulness can help them stay ahead of the curve.
If you want to stay relevant, there’s no need to turn your organization inside-out. Just make a cultural shift. Look for ways to dissolve borders between divisions, partners, and customers, and find opportunities to give your teams more flexibility in the way they work. Online meetings and video conferencing are just the tools you need to make that shift possible.
Based on IDG research, we bring you “Established Companies Gain a Competitive Edge with Online Meetings and Video Conferencing“. This paper will give you insights on how to stay ahead of the pack in an ever-changing business landscape.
Mar 02, 2020 — Sri Srinivasan, SVP and GM, Team Collaboration Group at Cisco
Feb 07, 2020 — Webex Team
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Dec 13, 2019 — Jillian Zimmerman
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Apr 02, 2019 — Mandy Yeung
May 18, 2020 — Jillian Zimmerman