[Whitepaper] IT Buyer’s Guide to Video Conferencing

Regardless of your company's size, if it's like most businesses, your workforce has become more geographically disparate than ever. And while your team may not all share the same office, or is comprised of road warriors or remote workers, you all still have to meet on occasion. But how can your company avoid eating travel costs to get members together for something as large as an annual strategy meeting or as simple as a weekly check in?

In the not so distant past, video conferencing was something on most companies' wish lists, but not anymore. "Video conferencing has finally taken its rightful place as a core business tool", reports Wainhouse. "Companies around the world are depending on video enabled meetings to empower their people, serve their clients better and compete on a global basis."

There's no doubt that video conferencing has become an essential key to collaboration for modern workplaces, but of course, there are dramatically different strategies and approaches on which solutions meet the needs of the workforce.

To better understand these strategies, PGi has created a Video Conferencing Buyer's Guide. Download the guide now to learn more about what to look for when purchasing a video conferencing solution for your company.

Sponsored by: PGi | Sep 2018


PGi is the world’s largest dedicated provider of collaboration software and services.

We created GlobalMeet, an expanding portfolio of purpose-built applications designed to meet the daily collaboration and communications needs of business professionals. Each year more than 330 million workers use GlobalMeet to drive productivity and communication.

More than 75% of the Fortune 100™ and nearly 45,000 enterprises trust PGi and our GlobalMeet product suite to deliver high quality events and everyday communications. To learn more, visit pgi.com.