Poly Voyager 4200 and Voyager 5200 Office Series

According to Wainhouse Research*, more than half of all office workers say they use three or more devices to communicate at work. And it’s easy to see why – you might take a call on your cell phone, get another on your desk phone and even others on various softphones. To sound your best while communicating you need a headset that is interoperable across any of these devices.  Why can’t they all just play nice together?

Fortunately, Poly’s here to simplify your life. Our new Voyager 4200 and Voyager 5200 Office Series connect to multiple devices, so you can move from call to call, meeting to meeting with ease. The Voyager Office series can connect to desk phones, PCs/Macs or mobile phones through our new Office bases.

Offering different wearing styles is critical to drive headset adoption. In fact, recent industry research shows that companies who provide headsets that align with workstyles are 62% more likely to report high or increasing adoption.** The good news is that the Voyager Office Series is available in a number of configurations, with over-the-ear, hi-fi stereo and over-the-head mono wearing styles to suit different use cases and preferences

Working in modern open office floor plans, background noise can be a major distraction.  If you’re working in an environment where you need to block out the noise with both ears covered, the Voyager 4220 will keep you in the zone when you take a call. Road Warriors might prefer the freedom of a sleek mono option with the Voyager 5200, featuring four omni-directional microphones to make sure you sound great when driving or running through the airport to catch your flight.

The Voyager 4200 and Voyager 5200 Office Series also have a version with a dedicated Microsoft Teams button to instantly invoke the Teams app on your desktop. The Voyager Office Series also features Amazon Alexa Built-In and Tile integrations.

Before long, you’ll notice happier, more productive workers and all your devices will be playing nice together.


* Wainhouse Research, UC End User Survey Insight, Q4 2018

** Unified Communications and Collaboration: 2018 Research Study, Nemertes Research