It’s no secret – the collaboration space is pretty complex. There are tons of service providers out there and the decision-making process can become confusing. It can be hard to understand what exactly you need in communications and how to deploy it. Furthermore, weighing the cost and ROI on your investment can be stressful. How much will my business pay upfront? Are there additional fees? What happens when no one uses the technology implemented?
These questions, among others, can keep IT leaders up at night and can often lead to extremely time-consuming processes. Thankfully, PGi partnered with Frost & Sullivan to produce this whitepaper, Leverage Collaboration Partners to Drive Innovation. This piece reviews what to look for in a service provider and how to successfully leverage a collaboration partnership to drive communication success. Download today.
If you are a member of the corporate workplace, there is a good chance you use Skype® for Business as a cornerstone of your daily communications. With more than 140 million licensed users on Skype for Business, Microsoft has becoming a major name in enterprise communications. However, not all users get as much out of the platform as they could. For maximum return on investment (ROI), users must demonstrate optimized usage habits, and companies must adjust their Skype for Business strategy to optimize the product and produce maximum ROI.
How can you maximize your Skype for Business journey? The key lies in a trusted partnership. By partnering with other companies and service providers, Microsoft opens up the door for value-add capabilities that can enhance the Skype for Business experience. If you are looking to boost user engagement and employee productivity, enhance audio quality on your conference calls, receive better Skype for Business support or customize your Skype for Business experience, a partnership with a reliable vendor is the way to go.
PGi recently teamed up with Frost & Sullivan to explore how to maximize your Skype for Business investment. To learn more, download the white paper “Making Skype for Business Better: Tips for Improving the User and IT Experience” today.