engagement & collaboration = enhanced productivity
Person-to-person contact in the digital age can be a challenging endeavor, particularly in the virtual and remote workspace where emails and messaging apps are an easy way to communicate over various time zones and distances. But many companies are finding that their need for visual engagement and collaboration could not be greater. Visible human interaction is still the most effective way of getting business done. People want to know who they are talking to. They need to know the information they are getting can be trusted and that their messages are getting through.
Today's Video Communications technology not only allows for this personal interaction, but enhances it with powerful tools 21st century businesses need to succeed. Real-time document and screen sharing, video recording and playback, virtual meeting management and progress tracking - and, of course, easy and secure access across multiple platforms and devices - have become strategic and necessary solutions at a time when misinformation and misperception can sabotage a company's best practices and client interactions.
Video Communications is now more than just hearing a colleague's voice or observing someone's body language on screen. Collaboration has taken on new meaning as all types of technologies - including a company's most used and trusted apps - converge to enable a level of communications that melds timeless communication with sophisticated, state-of-the-art technology.
Here at DJJ Technologies, we've made it our business to partner with Best-of-Breed companies like BlueJeans and Avaya to help businesses modernize and strengthen their communications capabilities. Here are some of the features you can depend on:
- Productive and efficient integration with leading 3rd party applications such as office 365, Google, and Salesforce
- Access to a multi-modal experience of communication and interaction
- Video as an integral piece of persistent collaboration via simple user interface and ubiquitous devices