Meet face to face wherever you are. Collaborate at your desk or on the road. Boost productivity by giving your workforce the flexibility to collaborate in high definition audio, video and content with anyone. From any personal device, from any location.
Hip work spaces that attract Gens Y and Z. More cost-efficient offices that support flexible work. Environments that encourage collaboration and innovation. This is what companies set out to create in today’s open offices. Goodbye cube farms, hello airy, light-filled workspaces with open pods, huddle rooms and all kinds of perks—from coffee machines and blenders to table tennis and video gaming. Brilliant, right? Well, not exactly.
Innovation can spark from the smallest of places. In a world of constant change and intense competition, when big ideas happen they need to be shared in real time. It’s this premise that is driving one of the fastest growing modern-day workplace trends–the huddle room.
In July and September of 2019, Poly and Ecosystm conducted Roundtables for key IT decision makers from some of the leading organisations in Australia to discuss the evolving dynamics in the workplace and the implications for IT when embarking on an initiative to drive Employee Experience (EX).
Powered by ongoing workplace transformation trends and rising use of software-based communications, adoption of video conferencing in huddle rooms is witnessing exponential growth. A growing number of open offices, proliferation of high-quality low-priced video conferencing, and the rising need for ad-hoc team collaboration are the primary market drivers.
Innovation can spark from the smallest of places. In a world of constant change and intense competition, when big ideas happen, they need to be shared in real time. It’s this premise that is driving one of the biggest modern-day workplace trends—the huddle room.
Let’s face it: The modern office is full of perils. Distractions lurk around every corner. Like the keyboard bangers and obsessive pen clickers sitting next to you. Co-workers on scooters, high-fiving in the hallway. And Mike from Marketing who won’t shut up. But when you have the right solutions in place, you can say goodbye to interruptions. Hello, productivity.