In today’s world, the way enterprises stay connected in the digital space is continuing to evolve and becoming digital. Enterprise collaboration has always been critical to businesses, but now more than ever. With the rapid advances in technology to make communication more streamlined, companies are spending more time in this segment. A forward-looking collaboration strategy is much required to ensure business growth and selecting best tools for the same enables seamless implementation of the strategy. Enterprise collaboration makes it easier for companies’ workforce to performance activities with greater ease, it also helps everyone accomplish their jobs more efficiently, increasing business growth and output.
Our client, a leading space research organization has multiple internal and external collaborations needs to drive day-to-day organizational activities. The organizational workforce are no longer at a singular location. At the same time, many are creating more open collaboration avenues. The new shift in approach is making organizations to adopt enterprise communications strategies to determine how to establish better collaboration between workers. Modern workforce expect flexibility and more freedom to work from multiple locations. This puts the onus on organizations to lower barriers between workforce by enabling seamless collaboration. In light of all these shifts, it is important for organizations to enable seamless connections and drive engaging interaction to move business forward.
Our professional team at StarOne IT collaborated with client to implement a state of the art enterprise collaboration solution to meet the growing collaboration demands of the organization. A simple to manage collaboration suit containing SpeakerTrack60 microphone arrays, tele-presence speaker track cameras and microphones were installed and tested for smooth functioning. With a well-considered strategy, client ensured success with collaboration by adopting streamlined processes and state-of-the-art technologies.
Implementing Enterprise collaboration included a number of tools, Internet, extranet and other networks as needed to support enterprise-wide communications, such as sharing documents, enterprise email systems, videoconferencing, project management tools and others to reduce friction in communication channels. The video, IP phones, web, mobile, and desktop clients helped to bring people together by streamlining communications and enhance user experience. Video and web conferencing infrastructure enabled employees to present, share, and collaborate in real time anywhere, on any device. Virtual rooms brought dispersed teams together to accelerate decision making for overall organizational benefits.