Providing your employees with innovative and easily accessible video collaboration and conferencing solutions is only the first step in a successful unified communications plan. It’s a huge first step, and gets you most of the way to where you need to be, but it’s vital that you monitor and manage your deployment in order to understand how your resources are being used and how they might be used more efficiently.
With the introduction of Poly Lens at ISE (Integrated Systems Europe), Poly is making it easier than ever to do just that.
"Today's businesses understand that the right communications and collaboration tools can increase productivity, but there's a blind spot when it comes to how these tools are adopted and used by their workforce," said Beau Wilder, vice president and general manager of infrastructure, cloud and analytics for Poly. "Poly Lens provides the next level of visibility into collaboration spaces and device use without the need to install additional infrastructure."
With Poly Lens, device management is a breeze. From onboarding to regular upgrades, Poly Lens ensures your collaboration and conferencing solutions are being properly deployed and utilized. Want to know how meeting rooms are used? Examine device health and adoption trends? Make sure all devices are up to date? Poly Lens takes the guesswork out of such endeavors, allowing you and your employees to focus on the tasks that really matter.
Poly Lens brings insights to your attention with the help of a newsfeed that pushes the most urgent matters to the top. If a device disconnects while in use or stays connected but unused, the Poly Lens newsfeed will let you know immediately. Soon, Poly Lens’ newsfeed will deliver actionable intelligence about room usage, so you’ll no longer be unsure about how to manage your space. With offices shrinking and in frequent flux due to the rise of flexible work schedules, knowing how and when your rooms are being used is essential.
"Now more than ever, companies have to optimize shared workspaces and tools to stay competitive,” said Melissa Fremeijer, Senior Research Analyst, European Telecommunications and Networking, IDC. “This will continue to fuel the need for intelligent devices that provide data-driven, actionable insights and can be deployed in an easy and scalable way."
Poly Lens is currently available for Commercial Preview for the Poly G7500 and Poly Studio X series. Support for other devices will be forthcoming, as will additional capabilities.
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