December 28th, 2020 by admin
Now that many companies have switched to a remote workforce, new challenges are presented to owners and employees alike. Communication and collaboration is a new obstacle to be cleared since there isn't interoffice communication anymore. Video conferencing is proving to be a valuable tool that helps remote employees stay connected for business purposes and employee morale.
Helps Team Members Feel Connected
One of the drawbacks of utilizing a remote workforce is that many employees can feel isolated and disconnected from the rest of the team. Video conferencing can help by providing face-to-face communication and an ability to chat with your coworkers as though in the office. Video conferencing also increases collaboration since employees can schedule a quick video meeting to get help resolving an issue they may be facing.
Collaboration can be more difficult with employees working remotely. Email is a good tool to use, but sometimes a face-to-face conversation is ideal for sorting out issues. Video conferencing has screen sharing functionality, so it is much easier to present and describe the solution.
Video conferencing helps your company be more flexible. With travel and in-person sales meetings severely impacted by COVID-19, video conferencing allows your company to hold these meetings without endangering your potential clients or your employees. Your business can schedule sales meetings or interoffice meetings quickly and easily. Visual communication helps you develop a rapport with customers and will help you convey a clear message. You can display information on the screen with the screen sharing functionality, increasing the likelihood of completing the sale.
With the pandemic likely to be impacting the country until 2021 or later, your business needs to adapt to stay ahead of the competition. Video conferencing helps your business hold sales meetings, and it will help your employees stay connected. Contact ATEL Communications today to learn more about our video conferencing solutions and how it can help your business thrive in these trying times.