In recent years, and especially in recent months, companies have been tuning into the benefits of their employees working remote. Poly has spent decades fine-tuning the art of making meetings feel more human for everyone in the room and those dialing in. By partnering to develop the next generation of Zoom solutions, we’re making a commitment that every powerful idea, every human emotion, and every spark of genius can be clearly seen, heard, and understood – regardless of where you work.
On Thursday, March 19, join Poly’s Laura Marx, VP of Global Alliance and Product Marketing, Zoom’s Jeff Smith, Head of Zoom Rooms, and Niel Levonius, Product Marketing Lead for Zoom Phone, as they explore strategies for making video and voice communication and collaboration even more simple and effective.
According to Gartner, “by 2030, the demand for remote work will increase by 30% due to stronger preference for remote work by Gen Z”*. Furthermore, when speaking to the present, the partnership between Poly and Zoom is valuable in today’s business landscape as there’s already a profound need for connecting teams spread out various locations around the world.
Experience Remote Meetings Better with Zoom & Poly
Remote working has many faces and respective circumstances. There are jet-setting remote workers that hop around between various places – setting up shop in hotel rooms, coffee shops, or co-working spaces. There are parents with young children that for whom ‘remote working’ means that they don’t need to rely on after school childcare. There are remote teams working in different locations around the world. And, sometimes remote working becomes a necessity due to extraneous circumstances beyond our control. Regardless of the kind of remote worker you interact with, there are three things that make the distances between teams fall into the background: a reliable internet connection, an easy to use video and calling platform, and high-performance communication hardware. When it comes to the first one… well, you’re going to have to figure that one out. However, as for the other two, you can count on Zoom and Poly.
The Power Couple of Communications
In any remote working scenario, you should never underestimate the importance of clear audio and dynamic video. We’ve partnered with Zoom to offer the broadest selection of Zoom certified and Zoom supported end points available – and, we’re proud of it. Poly’s end-to-end solutions cover all working styles and needs, including: the Zoom Rooms certified Poly Studio USB video bar and Eagle Eye Cube cameras, our updated Poly Studio X Family video bars running native Zoom software, and a variety of Poly headsets and audio solutions – including Voyager, Blackwire, Savi and Calisto – that officially support Zoom for Zoom Meetings and Zoom Phone.
The pairing of Poly and Zoom solutions allow for communication between your remote workers that feels natural and therefore, there is a greater willingness to connect and collaborate. While, from a more technical point of view, a seamless experience for users will undoubtedly result in fewer help tickets for your IT Managers.
Join the Webinar
During this interactive webinar you will learn:
- How Poly and Zoom are working together to make communications easier
- The importance of choosing the right device for Zoom Rooms and Zoom Phone
- The next steps to see Poly + Zoom in action
*Gartner, “2020 Future of Work Hidden Trends: Rising Demand for Remote Work,” Chief Human Resources Officer Research Team, 19 November 2019