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January 22, 2018

Viju Group Leads in AV Integration and Will Help Many Businesses in 2018

By Special Guest
Norah Abraham, freelance writer

Audio Visual Integration or AV Integration, as it’s known in the industry, is the integration of audio and visual hardware to create a smooth and hassle free user experience, where people can connect with each other, wherever they may in the world. This could be a business meeting between two large companies, with hundreds of users or it could be a training session between two people, one of which is using their phone. These are very common situations and having the possibility of doing either on a touch of a button is greatly sought after in today’s world.

Viju delve into the benefits of audio visual integration and why businesses are now making it one of their main focuses of 2018.

Flexibility

New systems that you implement must be flexible, as you can’t predict what’s going to happen in one month or one minute. When you’re setting up that important meeting with a potential client, you want everything to go as smoothly as possible, and a last minute adjustment has you scrambling to manage the situation.

AV implementation is sought for specifically for its flexibility, where a client needs a specific device being used or you need a large number of people connecting from around the world, Audio Visual has you covered. All these options are available when you combine audio and visual together in one seamless experience.

User Experience

When you’re running a business and you’re implementing new systems you’ll usually have a few weeks where your employees will take time to adjust to the new system. Naturally, not everybody will be a pro at using it, right off the bat. You need a system that keeps this in mind. Video conferencing software that combines audio and visual such as Microsoft Surface Hub and Cisco Spark to name a few, offer an easy-to-use user experience where the user is at the forefront.

Overall Cost

Although most people will see the initial cost of implementing an AV system, especially considering you need the device itself, the networking capabilities and the 24/7 support on offer, many do not consider what they’d be paying without these services.

Without 24/7 support on these systems, you’d have to keep an IT staff on hand just in case something needs seeing to, and even then it’s not guaranteed that they’d be able to fix it. As many problems that occur with video conferencing is out of their hands.

Fewer Interruptions

Because of the more streamlined system, you’ll find you’ll encounter less problems and interruptions as the system becomes more centralized. As you’re not relying on many systems combining together and hoping they’ll work. With AV integration, more devices are able to connect together and any problem that does occur, you’re able to find out what’s causing it much quicker, as you’ll have only one place to look.

Productivity

You’ll be surprised at how much productivity increases with AV implementation, as teams and projects can utilize it to collaborate at the next level. When before you’d have find it difficult to get together on the same level to keep projects on course, AV implementation allows for every member of that project to stay in touch, wherever they may be, on whichever device they choose. This usability shouldn’t be ignored and should be the first thing on your list in 2018. 

About the Author: Norah Abraham has been a freelance writer since 2005. She attended the University of Boston and graduated with a Bachelor in English Literature. She loves public speaking and motivates people in her own comic style. She loves gadgets and techie stuffs. In her career, she has written dozens of Press Releases, Articles, and Essays.




Edited by Mandi Nowitz
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