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According to experts in the field, the unified communications (UC) industry will continue growing for years to come. Communications and collaboration technologies have become more accessible, and users have come to expect integrated, easy-to-use solutions. These technologies, combined with flexible and remote work trends, have made life easier for workers worldwide. Audio visual design engineers must create meeting rooms that serve in-office employees, as well as remote workers and partners. Many manufacturers offer “easy” answers, bundles, and packages. These packages are not all created equal, and they’re not right for every organization.


How Do Your Teams Already Collaborate?

There are several variables that must be considered when it comes to communications and collaboration in a particular space. 

  • What other technologies will be used? 
  • What is the room size and how many people will it hold? 
  • What technologies will work with the collaboration tools employees already use? 
  • Do they currently use collaboration software with their laptops and consumer microphones? 


If you answered “yes” to the last question, you’ll have the opportunity to drastically improve the collaboration experience with professional audio solutions. With a variety of conference room solutions available, it may be difficult to find which option is right for your particular situation. Looking for certified audio solutions is the best way to help you choose the right solution for your employees.


No matter the room, using a certified solution will give you the confidence that meetings will run smoothly and on time. These solutions will help you to minimize time spent integrating solutions and addressing incompatibility issues.


If you want to learn more about collaborative audio in conference rooms, please contact us.