Telemerge Helps Companies Cut through the Confusion of Video Conference Deployments by Building Systems People Actually Use

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Telemerge launches answers to the questions of video conference deployment with a new website and quick download guide. Telemerge’s new website is designed to help guide organizations on how to make this change happen.

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“Video is the New Voice”, says John Chambers, CEO of Cisco. “The potential of video is to change how businesses communicate and collaborate at work.”

Telemerge launches answers to the questions of video conference deployment with a new website and quick download guide. Telemerge’s new website is designed to help guide organizations on how to make this change happen.

Telemerge has been preparing for the last ten years to support clients through this communication revolution. This preparation has culminated in a suite of services that bring the business gains of telepresence within reach of modern enterprises with distributed workforces and supply chains. Telemerge knows the barrier between these business gains and most video conference deployments is adoption. Telemerge specializes in overcoming this barrier by designing, building, and supporting video conference systems people actually use.

Video is the New Voice”, says John Chambers, CEO of Cisco. “The potential of video is to change how businesses communicate and collaborate at work.”

A recent Cisco study of users and non-user of video conferencing entitled Barriers and Benefits to Video Collaboration, showed significant recognition of the communication and collaboration benefits of video conferencing:

  •     Helps maintain business continuity if a disruption occurs (67% of users and non-                users agree)
  •     Helps organizations project a forward-looking view (64%)
  •     Improves group collaboration (67%)
  •     Reduces confusion (67%)
  •     Makes business processes more efficient (59%)
  •     Increases productivity (54%)

Telemerge knows that the only way to overcome adoption barriers is to design an experience with the user in mind. This design needs to be deployed within a framework that accounts for every aspect of how the users will participate in video conference meetings, and the interactive experience that brings the rewards of telepresence. Finally, the greatest barrier to adoption is being there to help the user in the real-time pressure of initiating and running a video conference meeting. A good design, expertly deployed, and properly supported is the secret to creating user champions who will drive adoption and ensure the business outcomes are achieved.

To support this strategy Telemerge has developed a new website and brand to help customers and the industry better understand how to build successful video conference systems and show how Telemerge can help make telepresence happen.

About Telemerge
Telemerge, Inc. is a privately held video conferencing company that plans, builds and delivers video and telepresence communication strategies to medium and large enterprises with distributed workforces. Telemerge delivers these strategies via the cloud, on premise, or hybrid solutions, using its proprietary global video communication network, an open video B2B exchange and an experience team for user support that delivers an experience that drives adoption.

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Contact Marie Wiese, Marketing CoPilot, 416-436-7931
marie[at]marketingcopilot[dot]com
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