THE MODERN WORKFORCE NEEDS MOBILITY
Video conferencing provides unprecedented value in remote
collaboration, enabling a rich level of communications previously only
experienced when in the participants meet in person.
MarketsandMarkets recently projected the enterprise video market,
which includes video conferencing solutions, will reach $35.6 billion in
2018, up from 11.2 in 2015.
Here are the statistics that explain why video
conferencing is the new “must have.”
80% to 90% of the US workforce says
they would like to telework at least part
time, 36% said they would choose it over
a pay raise (Global Workplace Analytics)
Half of the US workforce holds a job that
is compatible with at least partial tele-
commuting. (Global Workplace Analytics)1
A poll of 1,500 technology professionals revealed that thirty-seven
percent would take a pay cut of 10% if they could work from home.
One study found that working from
home increases productivity by 13%.
(The New York Times)2
3 Here's the breakdown:
55% facial expressions & body language
37% is tone of voice
8% is words actually said
More than half of message
interpretation is from facial expressions
and body language. (Forbes)
94% of businesses that utilize video
conferencing say it increases productivity.
87% of people in the workforce work on
distributed teams–domestically or
Nearly 9 in 10 remote employees say
that video helps them feel more
connected to their colleagues. (IMCCA)
65% of people use content sharing in
more than half of their video calls.
87% more people use video
conferencing today than two years ago.
Up to 50% of conference rooms will be
video enabled by 2020.
Cloud video services save up to 75%
over a hardware MCU.
To learn more about the significant
benefits of face-to-face
communication, click here.