In this video, you’ll see why AVI-SPL is the company you can trust to deliver a workplace strategy that meets positive business outcomes that are measurable. We do it through AV and collaboration technology solutions and services we integrate into your environment. The result is a better user experience, which means better engagement with the projects that lead to your success.
If you’ve been wondering, “What are the steps I should be taking to improve my organization’s collaboration experience,” AVI-SPL’s Concept Catalog has the guidance you need to confidently approach a challenging workplace transformation project. In this new edition, we give you our advice for:
- Setting your project scope and expectations
- Creating your digital workplace committee
- Defining your business goals
- Mapping your technology solutions to the desired user experience
- Identifying measurable objectives
You’ll find two case studies that show how organizations like yours are benefiting from workplace transformation guided by AVI-SPL. You can also read those case studies on our website: RMIT University and Business Development Bank of Canada. In the RMIT case study, discover how their students, faculty, and IT leadership saw the benefits of our Symphony user experience management application as soon as it went live.
Our new catalog includes an overview of Symphony, which gives you a single-pane view of your AV and UC estate and delivers the analytics you need to wisely invest in collaboration rooms and solutions.
We couldn’t put this issue together without our manufacturer partners, and our advertising section showcases the latest solutions from companies like Biamp, Cisco, Crestron, Harman, and many others. Their products are designed to enhance your workplace experience, so look them over at your leisure. If you find something that interests you or if you have any questions, connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Truepoint’s new headquarters in Cincinnati, AVI-SPL created collaboration spaces that meet the company’s need for seamless interaction among team members and foster a personalized experience between clients and advisors. In this case study on the project, you’ll discover:
- The kind of collaboration experience Truepoint wanted to create
- The process of finding the right workplace technology
- How AVI-SPL turned a “jumble of equipment” across two floors into a streamlined set of solutions
Do you have similar challenges at your company? AVI-SPL can help. Bring us your questions and goals, or call 866-708-5034.
Unified communications and video collaboration tools improve the user experience when they align with business goals AND are used throughout an organization.
But getting people to use these solutions can be a challenge.
AVI-SPL’s Customer Advisory Board, which includes Fortune 500 companies and large enterprises, shared the value of UC and video in their organizations and how they increase user adoption so that the company and its staff reap those benefits. Their advice and recommendations are summarized in a LinkedIn post by AVI-SPL SVP of Marketing Kelly Bousman.
In Kelly’s article, you’ll learn:
- Why adoption matters and how to measure it
- Key performance indicators (KPIs) that reflect how often video for collaboration is used in meeting rooms
- Five best practices for increasing video adoption
In recent posts, we’ve looked at the value of activity-based work spaces, how to calculate the value of collaboration solutions. We’ve also heard from experts in workplace transformation. In this post, let’s look at ways you can start to channel your efforts for improving the workplace.
AVI-SPL’s 2019 Concept Catalog offers steps you can take at the beginning of project to improve collaboration in the workplace. Let’s briefly go over some of those points:
- Assess the state of collaboration. Take an honest assessment of where your organization is with collaboration. Begin by asking employees about their work preferences and where they would like to see changes. Rather than implementing technologies or changing methods piecemeal, you will get a big picture of the kinds of changes you will want to make.
- Uncover cultural challenges. Learn where the roadblocks to collaboration are within your organization. Outline what you want your collaboration culture to look like and create a plan that includes encouraging openness and rewarding collaborative behaviors.
- Decide what metrics you will use. You will want to continually evaluate the value and effectiveness of your collaboration solution. To do so, the company needs to first identify and prioritize goals.
After defining these spaces, here are four considerations that can help you determine what type of room would work best in your organization. Those considerations include:
- Employee work styles
- Room and device intelligence
- Management and maintenance
- Equipment standardization
Each of these tips will bring up more questions, but for now you have an idea of the kind of questions and issues that need to be considered. Ask us anything if you want to dive deeper and go into specifics: email@example.com or 866-559-8197.