Infographic: Six steps to creating a highly collaborative video culture

We recently conducted a global survey, in conjunction with analysts Quocirca, of our existing video customers to help give us a clearer picture of how, why and where our clients are making use of collaborative video. The full 12-page report 'Fostering a culture of adoption' has been released and is full of compelling insights into how to drive more video use within your organization.

We’ve summarized some of the major findings in this infographic 'Six steps to creating a highly collaborative video culture' but we encourage you to get the full story by downloading the complete report

Six steps to creating
a highly collaborative
video culture.
Polycom and Quocirca surveyed over 800 business video conferencing users around the world on the state of video adoption. The global findings have identified the top six key things to consider when creating a highly collaborative video culture.
It’s not just about
reducing travel...

The value that video adds goes far beyond the removal of the need to travel.

The top three most important benefits of video conferencing after travel savings, were improved teamwork, productivity and decision making.
Video for everyone...

Why should the CEO have all the fun? Video oriented cultures thrive when everyone has access to video.

One in two people surveyed indicated that having more access to video would increase use.
Video everywhere...

Video isn’t just in a ‘conference room’ – it’s wherever people choose to work.

When video is ‘democratized’ and in widespread use for team meetings, the cost appears less of a concern.
It’s easier than you think...

Use video for your next meeting to overcome the expectation that ongoing help and support is required.

Over 80% of the respondents indicated that their video conference didn’t take too long to set-up.
It’s not just for internal meetings...

Hold your next external meeting over video to give it that personal touch.

85% of high frequency external users are now using video like the background tool it should be.
Use it like a phone...

Video conferences are often planned as an ‘event’ in a way that most telephone calls or emails are certainly not.

A US technology company switched from the scheduled
use of video to ad hoc. Two years on around 90% of all meetings use video.
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full survey report