Enterprise IT teams have a diverse set of video conferencing vendor options available. In fact, the market is saturated with choices to meet the specific video conferencing needs of a single organization. However, the needs of an organization can vary greatly. In taking a look at the top “early adopters” it becomes apparent just how different the needs of an organization can be. We’ve identified the top industries as follows; healthcare, technology, financial services, higher education, legal, video providers, K-12 education, government, consulting, consumer products, etc.
We’ve collected insights from 60+ enterprise organizations leveraging video conferencing, and it’s become apparent that enterprise IT teams have a diverse set of vendor options available. In fact, the market is saturated with choices to meet the specific video needs within a single organization. This leaves IT teams to monitor fragmented metrics around video adoption, call quality, and resource utilization. The amount of data, infrastructure, and troubleshooting that needs to be managed is just too much for any IT team to do anything other than routine maintenance.
The 2015 Enterprise Video Collaboration Usage Report provides quantitative data of overall video usage in the enterprise space. You’ll be able to compare your company’s video conferencing statistics to see how you compare, and areas where you may need to gain more data or insights to understand how you can improve.