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Polycom's New Video Solutions Designed to Accelerate ROI

September 10, 2012

Polycom Inc. has unveiled its Polycom (News - Alert) Adoption Services pack composed of four new services engineered to aid enterprises accelerate user adoption and the benefits on their investments on Polycom and RealPresence video solutions.


Polycom’s services center on a self-developed adoption methodology that incorporates the company’s well-known aggressive practices aimed at broadening the adoption of its video solutions among its customers, employees and partners by deploying the accessibility of these solutions virtually at any place, be it at home, in the office, on the go or in a meeting at a client’s conference room.

Surveys carried out on enterprises having the sole aim of accelerating the rate at which they benefit from their video deployment decisions have shown that user adoption is the option that by far outsmarts other options that can be deployed in order to realize value from any given enterprise solution investment.

Upon making video collaboration a part of a company’s daily routine, native benefits like increased productivity and reduced production cost can be effortlessly attained. Testimonials from some Polycom’s customers ascertain these highly welcome improvements with some impressive statistics to back up the claims.

On average, an organization that takes in Polycom’s video solutions will save an average of 24 percent in sales-related costs and 30 percent in travel cost while increasing time-to-market on an average of 24 percent. These whooping benefits become manifest in, utmost, a year after the adoption. Also, easier communication and a better work-life balance can be struck as major motivators to employees, hence dramatically increasing on overall production.

"Today, Polycom sets a new standard by introducing new services specifically devoted to helping customers create a culture of collaboration across their enterprise and, in doing so, accelerate user adoption and their ROI from Polycom RealPresence solutions," enthused Sudhakar Ramakrishna, president , products and services, Polycom. "Polycom Adoption Services, and the methodology on which they are based, focus on the user experience from the earliest planning phase through implementation and beyond."

The company’s robust RealPresence video which comprises of mobile apps and desktop software are driven by Polycom RealPresence platform which is the most comprehensive and interoperable UC network for video collaboration ever in the company.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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