Video Bridging

Video Bridging has been unshackled from the confines of the expensive, high-end telepresence room, companies are now exploring a wider range of video options - like desktop video calling and managed video services that could improve their businesses.

The arrival of more accessible video endpoints is removing one of the final barriers to every conferencing vendor's dream: ubiquitous business video calling. The evolution of the modern workforce -- with enterprises opening branch offices everywhere and more employees working from home or on the road.

You can save your business time and money by using video bridging. Video communications form a far more effective and efficient way of working together, building stronger relationships and improving productivity.

Telepresence and video-conferencing services have one main purpose - to ensure that you achieve the best possible user experience. It doesn't matter if you want to use a complete virtual meeting room or mobile devices; NGC specialises in combining video systems with state-of-the-art technology whilst anticipating future developments.

Advantages of a Video Bridge

Video Bridging allows businesses to communicate more effectively, both internally and externally. An obvious example would be a multisite businesses wishing to hold a meeting between personnel based across different locations. Through this medium, businesses can enjoy savings on travel & accommodation costs, large meeting room are not required and employees are able to work from home. All in all, these factors enable businesses to be more logistically efficient. Meetings between groups of people can happen without the need to physically meet in Leeds or Manchester. Most importantly of all, businesses can set-up urgent business meetings at very short notice enabling companies to reduce their decision making timescales quite dramatically.

Why NGC Networks

NGC, based in Leeds, is now uniquely placed to assist businesses with their Video Conferencing needs due to Avaya's acquisition of Radvision in June 2012. Given our long heritage and accreditation level with Avaya, our engineers and sales consultants are now fully trained on the supply, installation and maintenance of the latest video conferencing technologies. On top of this, our data connectivity portfolio of suppliers such as TalkTalk Business, Virgin Media and BT ensure that we can offer a resilient network which is robust enough to support.


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