Sayers spoke about video conferencing solutions, which VoIP Supply has sold for the past eight years.
Video communication is now practical for a business of any size because of widespread broadband internet use and the capabilities of new video conferencing devices to stream reliable, high quality video even at low internet speeds.
These advances in video conferencing technology are the catalyst behind the formation of a new division at VoIP Supply.
A video solution can be as simple as a laptop with built-in webcam that makes calls through subscription based video conferencing software.
My own simplified desktop set-up merely includes a Logitech C920 HD webcam plus a Jabra Speak 410 USB speakerphone. To make video calls I have access to Cisco Callway and LifeSize Connections software.
Bertola notes in his article, Power of Speech, that with a timely video conferencing push, Sayers says that VoIP Supply “within two years could nearly double the $21.5 million in revenues it now produces.”
Further, Sayers is confident that, “To get to $30-$35 million in two years, that’s not too aggressive.”
Read the full article here for more detail on the future of video conferencing systems in the workplace.
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