With the rise of video conferencing, the commoditization of recording devices, and the surging popularity of consumer video, it’s no surprise that businesses are seeking to use their video systems to do more. Today businesses around the world are looking to video, hoping to scale training programs, enhance sales enablement practices, extend executive communications, support social learning, and dozens of other use cases.
Web- and video-conferencing systems are today the most common means for businesses to employ this new wave of video. But for too many businesses, these systems aren’t comprehensive or flexible enough to enable all those new strategies and tactics businesses have drawn up.
Solving that problem, however, may be easier than many organizations expect.
The rising pervasiveness of video in the consumer market has given your employees a new skill set — where once AV expertise was required for professional video production, now getting more value of your existing video investments may be as easy as pairing them up with a enterprise video cms platform your employees can use.
An enterprise video platform helps organizations use video more productively — by complementing your existing conferencing tools, adding new functionality, and automatically taking care of all the technical details of video management.
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In our latest white paper, 8 Ways A Video Platform Can Help Your Video Conferencing Tools Do More, we’ll explore more about how organizations can leverage a video platform to make the most of their investments in video — and spotlight 8 valuable ways that businesses can use video conferencing and video platform tools together to drive real bottom line returns.