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  2. 2. Video conferencingVideoconferencing is a medium where two or morepeople at different locations can meet face-to-facein real time. Dallas Paris
  3. 3. Why Video Conferencing1.Save money and time.2.Build relationships.3.Communicate “face to face” where it would otherwise be impossible.4.Avoid travels.5.Teach.6.Collaborate.
  4. 4. Contents1.Company profile2.Problem3.Solution4.Results and benefits5.Product cost6.Savings
  5. 5. COMPANY DETAIL• IFFCO is a leading player in the fertilizer industry in India and worksclosely with the Indian Government to increase food grain production inthe country.• They utilizing 40,000 cooperative outlets and 158 Farmers ServiceCenters in 29 states for the distribution of its products.• With a staff base of over 6,700 spread across five mega plants, 80marketing offices, and the company’s Corporate Headquarters, effectivecommunication and collaboration is a vital part of how IFFCO conducts itsbusiness.• Particularly for the efficient management of employee relations and theexecution of vital HR functions, such as the company’s annual employeeappraisals process.
  6. 6. PROBLEMS•Travelling cost was huge as 1000 employees used to travel each yearto Company’s Headquarters at New Delhi.•Loss in Productivity.•Everyone had to come at one state for Training purposes.•Immediate Decision Making was not possible.
  7. 7. SOLUTIONA high-definition video-conferencing network operatingfrom the five main plants across the company andcorporate headquarters to enhance green IT practices &open the lines of communication between departmentsfor more effective & streamlined business process.
  8. 8. RESULTS & BENEFITS• Drastic reduction in travel costs saving $ US 4,00,000 per year .• Achieved 200% ROI in loss than six months.• More effective communication & streamlined business operations particularly in the HR dept.• Enhanced productivity.• Improved Green IT and Environmentally sustainable practices .
  9. 9. •Normally they use for effective communication between officials located at Corporateheadquarters and the company’s five manufacturing plants.• Annual employee appraisals• Executing HR processes• Company meetings• Marketing and sales updates
  10. 10. PRODUCT COST PER CENTRE•VC equipment: Rs. 200,000•LCD TV: Rs. 20,000•Camera: Rs. 10,000•Room furnishing: Rs. 100,000•Other charges: Rs. 20,000Total Cost: Rs. 350,000
  11. 11. Savings To Company IFFCO has installed its video conferencing equipments at its 5 centers across India. Total cost of installing at 1 center: Rs.3,50,000 ONE TIME Total cost across 5 centers: Rs.17,50,000 INVESTMENT Other expenses across 5 centers per year: Rs.12,00,000*5=60,00,000 Savings per year due to video conferencing: Rs.2,00,00,000 Hence total savings to company in one year: Rs.1,40,00,000
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  13. 13. COMPANY DETAILS Telstra is a leading provider of telecommunication and managed services to large enterprise and government organizations in Australia and around the globe. Telstra serves more than 200 of the world’s top 500 companies through its international operations that facilitate access to over 240 countries and territories. Telstra’s solutions are developed and tested in close co-operation with partners such as Cisco, Microsoft, Ericsson and Alcatel and designed and deployed for customers by one of Australia’s largest and most qualified Network Services organization. Telstra’s service to enterprise and government customers is internationally recognized for its high quality, including full International Customer Service Standard (ICSS) certification.
  14. 14. PROBLEMS Telstra has an ongoing commitment to improve productivity within both its own organization and that of its customers. Environmental responsibility was also a key focus. Managing these far-flung activities required a high level of communication and collaboration, not just within the organisation but also with suppliers, partners and customers. Telstra staff, in particular its executives and sales teams, need to travel long distances to conduct business.
  15. 15.  Costly, inefficient and not aligned with Telstra’s commitment to sustainability, avoidabletravel hampered the company’s ability to improve business performance .And also the profitability in an increasingly complex environment was affected. Executives round-trip drive many times of six to eight hours or domestic flights for meetings,the result was high travel costs and lost productive time
  16. 16. SOLUTIONTelstra realized that video conferencing would promote both of these aims while deliveringcost efficiencies across a distributed enterprise.Accordingly, Telstra enlisted the aid of Polycom to deploy its world-leading videoconferencing solutions.so they replaced all off site meetings with onsite, where basically the 650 people in theorganization now meet by video conferencing.
  17. 17. BENEFITS $1 million per annum travel savings and an estimated 1100 tonnes carbonemission reductions through increased productivity across a dispersed workforce of650 people $100,000 per annum travel savings was done by having off site meetings onsite. This decision has delivered a rapid return on investment (ROI)through increasedproductive output, reduced costs, enhanced work/life flexibility and environmentalsustainability.The strength of high definition video conferencing is that it facilitates true-to-lifemeetings that allow participants to experience the same effect of human interactions asin live meetings.
  18. 18.  They conducted numerous executive briefings that covered the latest trends going in market. The first half of 2009/10, Telstra hosted over 1700 meetings in the Executive Briefing Centrein Melbourne alone, of which over 40% were video conferences. As a result, executives would had as many meetings as they did in the past, but they’re muchricher, shorter, sharper. The power to do more work in less time. video conferencing is not just for large organizations. Telstra is trailing a range of toolsdesigned to help smaller organizations measure their own productivity benefits.
  19. 19. In Health Care1. Emergency Room/Intensive Care Unit Support2. Consultations3. Health Education
  20. 20. By 2001, advancements in video, computer, and roboticstechnology led to the first transatlantic tele-surgery, a gallbladder removal, from 4,300 miles away. The surgicalprocedure was conducted by a surgeon in New York City ona patient who was located in Strasbourg, France. The surgerywas a technological breakthrough in many respects andmarked the beginning of true clinical capabilities for thesetypes of technologies.
  21. 21. ADVANTAGESReduction in travel costs.Time savings.Reduction in carbon emissions. (green technology)Services across many different hospitals.Ill patients often benefit physically and emotionally
  22. 22. Improved communications. (ability to see “body language”, facial expression, etc.)Long Distance Expert Advice
  23. 23. Other Field Pathology Radiology Cardiology Dermatology Mental Health Rehabilitation Ophthalmology
  24. 24. Causes Now and Before A Veterans Health Administration home telehealth program for vets with chronic conditions reduced hospital admissions by 19% and total bed days of care by 25%. Informatics, Home Telehealth, and Disease Management to Support the Care of Veteran Patients with Chronic Conditions.” Telemedicine and e-Health, Dec. 2008.) (Source:-“Care Coordination/Home Telehealth: The Systematic Implementation of Health A telemedicine burn patient assessment program reduced patient air transport from 100% of patients to 44% of patients. (Source:-"Telemedicine Evaluation of Acute Burns Is Accurate and Cost-Effective." The Journal of Trauma Injury, Infection and Critical Care, Aug. 2009.) Telemedicine addresses the growing shortage of physicians in rural California, where 20% of all Californians live but only 9% of all physicians practice. .(Source:-"About Rural—PRIME." University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, 2009)
  25. 25. Causes Now and Before 1.A 2007Survey of health care services in South Los Angeles by the CaliforniaEndowment & in a 2009 physicians Merritt Hawkins & Associates found that Causes Wait time in 2007 before Wait time in 2009 after Video Conferencing Video Conferencing 1 cardiology 6monts to 1year On an avg. 11days 2 dermatology Approximate 6monts On an avg. 13days 3 orthopedics 6months to 1year On an avg. 12days(Sources:-"2009 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times." Merritt, Hawkins & Associates, 2009. "Critical Condition: Examining the Scope of Medical Services in South Los Angeles." The California Endowment, 2007.) A 2008 study found that tele-dermatology is cost-effectiveness as well as 2. quicker access to crucial medical services. Sr.No. causes Solution Conventional method Telehealth method 1 Skin Cancer Dermatology 48days 4days 2 Removing tissue Biopsies 57days 36days 3 Malignant Neoplasm Cancer Removal 125days 104days (Cancer) surgery (Source:-"The Impact of Store-And-Forward Teledermatology on Skin Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment." Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Aug. 2008.)
  26. 26. Some other Benefits Reduced costs. Transportation, parking, meeting room space, and wasted wage costs all fall. Ability to meet at short notice. Wider involvement becomes possible as phone based conferencing increases the ability of your people to join key meetings. Choice of location for meetings. e.g. straight after dropping the children off at school. Reduced carbon footprint as travel decreases. Freed-up meeting room facilities. Record conference calls for those who cannot attend or for keeping a record of what actions where agreed.
  27. 27. Economical Benefits Of VC Saving in travelling cost by 70-80% Saving in meeting place by 90% Saving in allowance by 80% Reduce cost of managing chronic patient populations $1,600 spent per patient/annum for patients using telehealth to support their chronic conditions, as compared to $13,121 per patient/annum for those using home-based primary care services, and $77,745 per patient/annum for those using market nursing home care services²
  28. 28. Review “Videoconferencing allows for earlier meetings and therefore quicker care, it can also improve treatment by permitting more consultations which, in the past, may have been impossible.” ----Mr. Richard Steyn – Consultant Thoracic Surgeon and National Clinical Lead Cancer Modernisation. “Apart from saving consultants lots of time, the systems have enabled us to make more timely patient management decisions through improved liaison. It has meant, for example, better oncology input into management thereby helping us to meet the Cancer Peer Review Guidelines. In addition there has been more input from the specialists from other sites who might ordinarily been unable to attend.” –---Dr. Raji Ganesan – Consultant Histopathologist at The Women’s Hospital, Birmingham.
  29. 29. Video conferencing In Court &Jail A video-conferencing system that links county courtrooms to the county jail, have reduced inmate transportation costs and improved courthouse safety. The county also is an affiliate of a video locator service which pays the county for use of the equipment, another source of revenue for the county
  30. 30. Video conferencing saves Montgomery C On August 27, 2012, in News, by Tim Hall•In mid-2001 country saved $1,36,000 in inmatetransportation costs.•In 2002, during the first full year of implementation,a total of 1,197 video conference hearings were held,saving the county just over $186,000 intransportation costs.
  31. 31.  The number of video conference hearings has increased and savings have grown to a high of $1,123,612 in 2010, officials said. During 2010, the county scheduled a total of 2,365 video hearings. Total savings, comes to $1,416,032, according to the statistics. video technology saved the county $359,337 in transportation costs during 2011, officials said.
  32. 32.  In 2011, there were 1,858 video hearings between the jail and the courthouse, an increase of 162 over 2010. By not having to transport inmates from the county jail to the courthouse, the use of video technology saved the county $359,337 in transportation costs during 2011, officials said.
  33. 33. Orissa government profileOrissa is a state in eastern India, about 600km by400km at its widest points with a population ofaround 41 million. It has 30 districts and the statecapital at Bhubaneswar.
  34. 34. Problems Government officials must engage in discussions on awhole variety of issues, and this has traditionally beendone by physically moving those decision makers to asingle location. Given, India’s rather centralised model of governmentdecision making, this has meant frequent car journeys fordistrict officials to the state capital; given that a continuoussource of CO2 emissions given that district headquarterslie up to 400 km from Bhubaneswar.
  35. 35. Every time at least 2 car full of personnel travelled from each districtheadquarters to Bhubaneswar.The potential environmental value of the application has come to berecognised more over.time, as concerns about climate change have grown.Government officials had round-trip drive many times of six to eighthours or domestic flights for meetings.Due to this number of meetings held were not sufficient to cope with thenumber of issues. Hence regular delays in many issues.The result was high travel costs loss of productive time in Travelling &continuous CO2 emissions.
  36. 36.  On average, district headquarters are 250km from the state capital, thusrequiring each District Collector to make a 500km roundtrip in a diesel powered,air conditioned car per meeting . Based on the typical fuel consumption of the Ambassador and related cars used(12 km per liter) and the cost of petrol (Rs.70per liter), then the fuel cost perroundtrip would be around Rs.3,000. It is the norm to estimate that totaltransportation costs (i.e. wear and tear, maintenance, depreciation) add the sameamount again as the fuel costs. To this one can also add the additional costs (notsalary) of the driver for two days of Rs.1,000. This therefore provides a direct costfigure of around Rs.7,000 per visit. (Of course, there are also the time costs ofhaving senior officials out of station plus also costs for food and lodging in statefacilities)
  37. 37. •Multiplying this up for all 30 District Collectors, thedirect costs per meeting are something like Rs.210,000 =US$4,200. It is likely that the indirect costs of time,lodging, etc at least double this figure; with a reasonableestimate being US$10,000 per meeting.
  38. 38. BenefitsThey may do so only in a relatively small way but – if the assumptions aboveare close to correct then VC in Orissa reduces carbon emissions by the equivalentof the CO2 produced by a car travelling one million kilometres every year.Assuming that the cars driven are somewhere around the Euro2 norms foremissions, that would indicate something like 200g/km of CO2 emissions. Giveneach main meeting involves 30 trips averaging 500km each, then the per meetingsaving is 3,000kg of carbon dioxide.
  39. 39. Figures provided by one of the District Collectors suggest that thepre-videoconferencing norm was for two visits per month to beundertaken to the state capital then the annual saving would beUS$240,000.Taking the past five years’ data, an average of 25 meetings permonth are held in each of the videoconference facilities. Were thoseeach to attract the savings attributed to meetings of all DistrictCollectors, then total cost savings of US$250,000 per month – US$3million per year would be attributable.
  40. 40. Thus, while it is not possible to put an exact financialfigure on videoconferencing, it is highly likely that thesystem far more than pays for itself in terms of thesavings generated. (Noting that the financial flow meansthe state government is paying NIC typically aroundRs5,000 (.US$100) per meeting.)
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