What do you really know about video conferencing? Have you used it in the past and had a bad experience? Think it’s expensive, unreliable and hard to use? Do you keep a piece of tape over your computer’s webcam just in case it magically comes to life, exposing you to the internet? If so you certainly aren’t alone, but buckle up because we plan to change your opinion about video conferencing – turning you from skeptics into believers.
Over the last several years Long View has helped many customers deploy video conferencing but there are many situations where customers do not have the ability for proper support or capital to invest in an Enterprise Video infrastructure.
Long View recently partnered with Telemerge. They are leaders in Canada for providing cloud-based video collaboration solutions and they’ve helped hundreds of organizations reap benefits from video conferencing and collaboration.
Telemerge’s Telepresence-as-a-Service (TPaaS) is a simple and affordable solution for organizations adopting and expanding video conferencing as a strategic communications technology. TPaaS removes the cost, complexity and risk associated with traditional video conferencing systems by hosting the functionality in the Telemerge Cloud.
Through our partnership with Telemerge, Long View can now offer the same service to our customers as part of a complete package of unified communications. From an initial consultation to determine the shape and size of your video conferencing system to the installation, training and ongoing maintenance, we have got you covered.
We’re thrilled about this new relationship and the ability to add video conferencing to our suite of cloud services.
Over the coming weeks we will be vlogging about video conferencing in the cloud as well as releasing some educational eBooks to help you learn how video can work for organizations large and small.
Interested in a quick demo? We’ll show you how easy and affordable it really is and why you should get on the video conferencing bandwagon. Read more about Telemerge and Long View’s New Partnership in the Cloud.