Time is money. And space is money. That’s why so many companies are designing their conference rooms to optimize space and save valuable time.
Creating multi-purpose conference rooms improves efficiency and productivity by ensuring employees have the equipment they need when they need it for the way they want to use it. You improve your investments by ensuring the spaces can be used for impromptu meetings, video conferencing, status updates, content sharing, presentations, and all kinds of collaboration. And by making it easier to do all those things wirelessly and from any device and any location, you see even more benefits.
Conference rooms can be so flexible now, that they can be configured for any collaboration need without have to worry about what needs to plug in where. The solutions are easier to use and make less clutter.
There are so many solutions now, it’s hard to choose. Not every solution works with every space or for every work style. Prioritizing your goals first, will help you narrow down the choices. Then you can prioritize the capabilities you want and need. Is it hard to find available meeting space in your offices? Is it even harder to find a room with the technology you want? Do meeting participants ever experience video or audio problems? Do they ever struggle to share content during video conference calls?
If you’d like to compares your company’s needs against capabilities, read the “Technology Guide: How to Select the Right Technology for Your Conference Rooms.” It also provides detailed information about specific conference room solutions and their features. The guide serves as a good starting point for ways you can improve workplace collaboration.