It is 2020 and technology is ubiquitous. Think about it, technology really is everywhere. There are few tasks we could complete without the help of technology. Therefore, the hardware we use plays a big part in our overall productivity.
Your hardware shouldn’t make things hard, it should just work. Statistics show that technology can have a huge effect on workplace productivity. When was the last time you were in a conference room that had connectivity issues? Or another occasion where you are trying to complete a conference call but can’t hear someone on the other end. Professionals today rely greatly on their hardware in order for them to be able to communicate effectively with their constituents.
If professionals are unable to communicate efficiently, the results can be dire. In a survey, 403 U.S.-based executives said inefficient workplace communication led to breakdowns that resulted in increased stress levels, delay or failure to complete projects, low company morale, missed performance goals, and lost sales. Those sales were valued between $100,000 and $999,000.
Do you believe that your hardware is helping or hurting the communication within your company? As a matter of fact, “86 percent of corporate executives, employees, and educators say that ineffective communication is a key reason for workplace failures.”
Is your hardware easy, functional, and fostering communication within your workplace? Or is your hardware making things more difficult than they need to be? It is clear that corners should not be cut on your hardware. Be picky. If you’re not, it could affect business and employee satisfaction greatly.
This is why Immedia certifies every piece of hardware used in all AV systems installed. It costs time and money to use hardware that simply doesn’t work.
"86 percent of corporate executives, employees, and educators say that ineffective communication is a key reason for workplace failures."