When you need to communicate to a hyper distributed audience, you’ll need an Enterprise-Grade Video Platform.
Let’s face it, corporate video is here to stay! Employees’ growing preferences toward video and easy collaboration from anywhere are accelerating digital transformation in the workplace at lightning speed. Gallup estimates that $8.1 Trillion is lost due to employee disengagement . And a recent Citrix survey found that 74% of executives anticipate a significant return on investment from efforts to improve the employee experience. If you wish your current video platform could do more for your employees’ experience and business goals, you’re in the right place.
Take control of your video content
To help your organization maintain control over corporate video content—all in a secure environment that fuels engagement, insight, and gives IT full visibility and governance across the enterprise, the first step is choosing the right video platform.
With the surge of business video, content management and governance have become an essential complement to meeting solutions and collaboration tools, allowing organizations to manage on-demand access to videos and deliver live meetings at scale to all employees.
Qumu Recognized as a Top Streaming Engine
The latest Wainhouse’s Enterprise Streaming Technology Landscape recognizes Qumu as a leading enterprise ‘streaming engine’ (aka, enterprise video platform), with both an end-to-end solution and distinction in solution offering.
End-to-end enterprise video platforms enable the creation, management, distribution and analytics of secure video communications.
In this video, Steve Vonder Haar (Senior Analyst, Webcasting, Streaming & Virtual Events) discusses leadership within the Wainhouse Enterprise Streaming Technology Landscape.
Steve Vonder Haar is a Senior Analyst with Wainhouse Research, focusing on enterprise streaming & webcasting. Steve has covered the technology industry for more than 20 years. He previously served as Research Director of Interactive Media Strategies and as Director of Media and Entertainment Strategies for the Yankee Group. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri Columbia with degrees in Journalism and Economics and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas-Arlington.
About Wainhouse Research
Wainhouse Research is an independent analyst firm that focuses on critical issues in the unified communications and collaboration market. The company provides end-to-end coverage of the UC&C industry, with areas of focus covering unified communications, enterprise video, meeting room collaboration, personal & web-based collaboration, and audio-conferencing market segments. The company acts as a trusted advisor providing strategic advice and direction for both the UC&C industry and its enterprise users. http://www.wainhouse.com.