Standardizing work processes and Keeping staff up-to-date on frequently-changing policies:
The global nature of the business these days’ demands that work processes be standardized to streamline operations and create an international workforce that can operate efficiently. Video conferencing helps streamline the training process while permitting reduction of redundant staff in multiple locations. Further, in this ever-changing world, regulations for the processes alter frequently, as do the organizations procedures for handling them. Using People Link Video Conferencing, companies can train employees at every location in exactly the same way, which assures company-wide compliance without the additional time and expense of sending trainers to each location.
Monitoring the quality process and manufacturing:
Video conferencing helps formalize the communication process to ensure that manufacturing units are following the quality standards. Video conferencing allows one manufacturer to see work in progress around the world on a day-to-day basis. In the past, seeing the far-flung production facilities was limited to a few trips a year, thus reassuring management that projects are moving forward per the schedule. Video conferencing also lets the manufacturer demonstrate its flexibility and state-of-the-art products to the clients much faster.
Keeping the product development teams and Client needs in Synch:
Project managers and call center managers plan the workloads of their staffs by synchronizing the status and requirements of each on a daily basis. This ensures that the product development teams are in regular synch with each other and customer on regular basis, ensuring the product is built as per the client requirement. Video conferencing meetings create a face-to-face atmosphere that results in teams working more closely toward the same objectives than audio-only conferencing. The result of ongoing virtual collaboration creates stronger teams of people all sharing a stake in the outcome while enjoying the benefit of working from a home location.
Reducing hiring cycle and recruitment costs:
The cost of acquiring talent can be significantly reduced by using video conferencing to pre-interview rather than having the candidate or the interviewer travel to the office or vice versa for the interview.