You need the most expensive audio technology in your office. Right? Wrong! This guide walks you through choosing the perfect audio technology for your organization.
If you have employees in remote locations, you know how important it is to be able communicate with them – to be able to assess and assign work – to keep them up to date with what’s going in the company and to make them feel part of the team.
You need to take into account local sound lift/reinforcement so it’s clear to people in the room. Then, make sure that clarity isn’t diminished for the listeners on a conference call. That’s even more important when talking with a remote customer.
As described in the free download, “The Technology Manager’s Guide: Tips for Buying Audio Technology,” the end goal is to have seamless integration of all the equipment so users can focus on the meeting and not on difficulties with the technology.
Plus, ease of use is often one of the criteria included in an RFP for an audio system, along with reliability.
You’ll find practical considerations about how to achieve those goals and some popular brands of equipment in “Tips for Buying Audio Technology.”