Category AV in Meeting Spaces

Making a Better Workplace Meeting Experience

Common meeting issues — dropped calls, displays that won’t turn on, and users who can’t connect to presentation systems — cause aggravation and eat up a lot of time

The guide, “Preparing Today for the Meeting Experience of Tomorrow,” by No Jitter and AVI-SPL, offers ways IT teams can overcome today’s meeting challenges and smooth the way for evolving technologies. Learn how proactive equipment management and unifying user experiences:

  • Cut down on help desk calls
  • Improve user adoption
  • Pave the way for advanced solutions

To learn more about creating better meeting experiences, download the guide. >

Case Study: 7-Eleven Improves Operations With Collaboration Technology

From its Irving, Texas, Store Support Center, 7-Eleven wanted the ability to better collaborate and share information with its regional offices while supporting its franchisees.  AVI-SPL responded to this need by integrating over 100 conference rooms with collaboration technology, including video conferencing.

Our work for 7-Eleven shows how important intuitive collaboration tools can be to a company’s operations and its ability bring ideas to market.

This case study also includes praise for AVI-SPL’s collaborative approach, and emphasizes our value when working with clients at the earliest stages of a project.

Watch the video below to hear from 7-Eleven’s market manager and manager of AV services about the impact the new solutions have made on the company’s operations, and the experience of working with AVI-SPL. You can also read the written version of the 7-Eleven case study at the AVI-SPL website.

 

 

Webinar Recording: ClearOne Talks Pro AV Collaboration in the Enterprise

During this webinar, Ron Lynch of ClearOne discusses solutions that address audio conferencing for the workplace. Topics include:

  • Intelligibility
  • Different microphone configurations within different meeting rooms and applications
  • Combining beamformer and ceiling mics
  • Using ClearOne solutions with third-party systems
  • ClearPath Architecture and ease of service
  • Adaptive ambience
  • Connection diagrams
  • Second generation ClearOne Beamforming Mic Array
  • ClearOne integration with Skype for Business

Ron also answers a variety of technical questions from the attendees to the event.

Download “Meeting the Needs of Diverse Applications From Board Rooms to Huddle Rooms” >

White paper: Preparing Today for the Meeting Experience of Tomorrow

Learn what your IT department can do today to prepare for the meeting room of tomorrow in this white paper written by No Jitter and sponsored by AVI-SPL. In “Preparing Today for the Meeting Room Experience of Tomorrow,” you’ll learn about:

  • New technology coming to meeting rooms (voice control, AI, intelligent resource scheduling)
  • The value of a trusted, strategic partner to guide decision making
  • The importance of user-centric design

Before embarking on a plan to modernize its meeting spaces, an enterprise must understand its desired outcomes, user expectations, and usage trends.

Click to download a copy of this guide >

May Webinar: Mezzanine and the Persistent Meeting Experience

AVI-SPL is partnering with Oblong and Commercial Integrator/MyTechDecisions for its May 16 webinar: “How to Keep a Persistent Meeting Experience With Visual Collaboration.” Meeting technology should make it easy to start meetings, share content, and collaborate with team members local and remote. Mezzanine is Oblong’s collaboration solution for meetings that require advanced collaboration for teams of different sizes.

Join us on May 16th at 2 p.m. ET and you’ll learn:

  • What is a persistent meeting and how to accomplish it
  • How collaboration technology can make or break your meeting space
  • What the Mezzanine is and how it facilitates persistent meetings
  • How different systems and software can easily integrate into the Mezzanine experience
  • You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions of our presenters

Register for “How to Keep a Persistent Meeting Experience With Visual Collaboration Technology” >