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Video Conferencing Vendors – CommsTrader’s UK Channel Guide 2017

Read how face-to-face Video Conferencing is revolutionising business communications

What is Video Conferencing?

Video Conferencing is a growing trend in business that allows face-to-face group conversations to be held from any location, at any time and through any compatible device that has a working internet connection.

With this feature, business can both improve productivity and drastically cut travel expenses, with a recent survey claiming that around 70% of SMEs prefer to communicate in this way than travel to meetings, while 75% of people are certain video will replace traditional conference calling entirely in the near future.

Unlike traditional conference calls, video conferencing brings the added benefit of allowing users to see one another and gives the conversation a much more natural feel that adequately simulates the benefits of real life face-to-face meetings whilst successfully removing the unnecessary cost and time of travel expenses.

As well as corporate settings, this feature is also hugely beneficial in a number of different industries such as the education sector or any environment where groups of people from different locations can work together in the “same room”.

Related: What ARE Huddle Rooms, Anyway?

About CommsTrader Guide

In order to help our readers learn more about the UK Unified Communications (UC) Industry’s top vendors, we have created a helpful, user friendly guide that lists and explains who they are and what they have to offer.

In this guide, readers can search through an alphabetised list of all the available products groups, with each review giving a short yet incisive overview of what the products do and how businesses can benefit from them.

Video Conferencing Vendors

Here’s a list of video conferencing vendors in alphabetical order. This list includes video conferencing as a service (VCaaS) vendors and equipment manufacturers.

  • Avaya
  • BlueJeans
  • Cisco
  • Highfive
  • Lifesize
  • Microsoft
  • Mitel
  • Polycom
  • StarLeaf
  • UCi2i
  • Vidyo
  • Zoom

If you’re a vendor and would like us to add your company to this list, please contact us.

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Rob Scott

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