Improve the Hybrid Experience in Your Conference Rooms
Foster Better Connections & Collaboration with the Right Systems
When everyone’s on their own laptops, video conferencing is simple enough. Each team member joins the call in their own little square and uses their computer’s microphone and speakers. But as the evidence shows, there’s real value to meeting in person. So what about when remote participants join?
Does your company have an easy, effective way to unite both in-person and remote teams in the conference room? Do remote callers only see a wide angle of the table, catching glimpses of people’s profiles and struggling to hear the conversation in an echoing room?
There’s a better way to do video conferencing in your Tampa, FL, meeting rooms. Here’s how to improve your conference room design for better communication practices.
Integrated Room System
First and foremost, a successful conference room system needs to be easy to use. If the tech is confusing or requires a lengthy setup, you’ll delay meetings and cause frustration.
Modern meeting rooms need an all-in-one system that syncs displays, speakers, microphones, and cameras to the meeting software. A tabletop controller from Crestron, Cisco, or Polycom allows you to start meetings with a tap of a button—and instantly, all AV hardware connects to the call. Whether you’re joining a Zoom or Teams meeting, we can assemble a conference room system that works with all the platforms you need.