Today’s way of working is a world apart from how we did things a few years ago. The transformation was already underway, triggered by a new generation of employees and customers, and the pandemic accelerated those developments both in and beyond the workplace.
Companies were suddenly faced with the challenge of enabling employees to work from home as quickly as possible. Orders were placed for laptops, screens and IT accessories in the blink of an eye. Many organisations quickly discovered that purchasing the right IT equipment was not sufficient to ensure smooth collaboration. In addition to the right hardware, it is important for companies to have the right software as well as having the knowledge of how to optimally use it.
And what about the new normal, when we are all allowed to return to the office? Many companies are asking themselves whether their existing meeting rooms are ready for the new way of meeting. Can colleagues working from home easily dial in and participate in the discussion with people who are physically present in the meeting room? What possibilities are there? To make sure we can offer you sound advice, we have compiled a questionnaire. Our experts use this questionnaire as a starting point to carry out a free assessment at your company. All you have to do is fill in the questionnaire and one of our experts will give you a call.
At Bechtle, we work with you to find the right Collaboration solution for home workstations and office meeting rooms. After all, no two companies are the same.
Demand for suitable collaboration tools is skyrocketing.
Virtual teams are now a fact of life. Colleagues work together from different locations. Today’s employees can no longer imagine a day without a virtual meeting. To make sure that virtual collaboration runs smoothly, you as a company need to ensure that your employees can get to work quickly and productively. And the best way to do this is to use a platform that really works for your organisation.
A platform for video conferencing or conference calls is an absolute necessity for those who work from home. And what if a colleague working at home wants to dial in to a meeting room at the office? When we return to the office, organisations need to guarantee that their employees can cooperate smoothly. Because from that moment on, we will be moving towards a hybrid way of working together. Some people will continue to work from home; others will return to the office. Is your organisation ready for better meetings? And is your company among those that are already busy restructuring their offices to make sure that these hybrid collaborations run smoothly in the future?
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