As a retail business, your day to day operations will most likely contain conversations with a huge number of people, from different areas, and often in different sections of the supply chain. For all parts of the retail machine to be working in unison, communication has to be conducted via reliable channels and at the highest quality possible.
Legacy video conferencing platforms are still widely used in today’s office environment. For a large number of businesses, cloud computing is becoming less of an afterthought and more of a strategic reality. In contrast, there are many businesses whose legacy platform works as well as it ever has done, leading many to question why a large-scale migration is necessary. This blog looks at the OAPs versus our ICE (Intelligent Cloud Experience) platform – the pros and cons, and why a migration may not be as difficult as first thought.
For many businesses, utilising Skype for Business for its video conferencing capacity can have a multitude of benefits. However, ensuring a smooth adoption of the platform and its features is imperative if it is to become an effective tool. We’ve decided to look into how Skype for Business can be adopted as part of existing workflows and its integration with the Videocall ICE platform.