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5 Tips to Maximize Your Mobile Video Conferencing Investment

Posted by Chessie Skates on Jun 4, 2013 11:59:00 AM

Ownership of mobile devices is quickly overtaking PC’s, and with that comes the need to integrate video conferencing into these devices. The demand for a mobile video conferencing solution is at the highest ever, and one that allows compatibility with desktop and room systems is essential.

Making the most out of this mobile video conferencing technology is important so that you can get the highest ROI.  Follow the below 5 tips to maximize its potential:

  1. Encourage everyone to use video: this includes customers, interview candidates, vendors and more. How that mobile video is accessible to almost anyone with a smartphone and internet connection. Products like PrimeCall from Solutionz Conferencing allows people using Skype, Google Talk, Lync and more from their phone (or desktop) to participate in video calls with room and enterprise grade systems safely. The more you use this technology and encourage others to do the same the higher your ROI will be.
  2. Connect from anywhere: mobile video conferencing isn’t just for people with an office “in their car” or who are on the road constantly – it is for anyone who needs to join a video meeting from home, school, a doctor’s office, etc. Giving employees the flexibility to work from home or to dial in from outside the office is something that many new prospects look for and value in a potential employer.
  3. Adopt a “BYOD” program: by allowing employees to use their own personal device in conjunction with work, this will save you from having to supply all your employees with a separate work smart phone and will save employees from having to own multiple mobile devices. The PrimeCall technology mentioned above is also compatible with Android and Apple devices, allowing personal preference to not be an issue.
  4. Sync technologies: having mobile and desktop video conferencing technologies work together and sync programs like calendars, video calls, and email saves time and ensures nothing falls through the cracks.
  5. Quality is key: skimping on something as important as video conferencing software and hardware is a bad road to go down. Investing in a consumer-grade system may seem like a wise decision at first because it will save money, the long term results are that the quality of the audio and video aren’t up to par and less employees will use it because of that. Having to go to a conference room to participate in a video call involves so much more than being able to make the same call from a phone or desktop. Adoption is key to getting a high ROI.

Topics: mobile unified communications, mobile video conferencing


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