The move to Unified Communications in the enterprise, alongside the explosion of social media, has provided a new impetus for video communications. We deliver consultancy services relating to the deployment of new Video Conferencing and tele-presence equipment from companies such as Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize and other cloud based alternatives.

From our projects, we have gained a comprehensive understanding of product architectures, features, licensing arrangements and the opportunities for integrating video conferencing with unified communications applications and consumer focused services on the Internet, e.g. Skype.

As an example, we have previously assisted a consortium of NHS Trusts in London to tender for a cloud-based video conferencing service with a comprehensive concierge service. Also, we assisted a multi-campus University with the development of a video conferencing / tele-presence strategy and the procurement of a subsequent solution.

Our services relating to video conferencing include strategy development, business case, procurement and implementation.

The increasing prevalence of unified communications within the modern enterprise, when combined with the recent explosion of social media, has provided a new impetus for the use of video in communication. 4C Strategies has a wealth of experience offering consultancy services relating to the deployment of new video conferencing and tele-presence equipment from companies such as Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize and other cloud based alternatives.

From the many projects that we have already completed, 4C Strategies has gained a comprehensive and detailed understanding of all aspects of video conferencing, ranging from product architectures, features and licensing arrangements to the opportunities for integrating video conferencing with other unified communications applications and consumer focused services on the Internet, such as Skype.

As an example of 4C Strategies’ video conferencing expertise in practice, we have assisted a consortium of NHS Trusts in London in tendering for a cloud-based video conferencing service with a comprehensive concierge service. In addition to this, we assisted a multi-campus university with the development of a video conferencing / tele-presence strategy, in addition to our assistance in the subsequent procurement of this solution.

The services that 4C Strategies can offer to its clients, with reference to video conferencing, include strategy development, business case, requirement definition, procurement and implementation.

At 4C Strategies, we are a group of qualified video conferencing consultants with a wealth of experience. We appreciate that every organisation is different, and because of this we specialise in the assessment of each client’s unique business requirements. As a result of this, we are able to ascertain exactly what would be required from the organisation’s video conferencing applications and ensure that we can recommend a solution that will successfully and efficiently meet the company’s needs. This also means that we can coordinate the video conferencing application to work smoothly with any existing unified communications deployment that the company may have in operation. In addition to this, each client is assigned a project manager that will work with them onsite to assess the client’s individual requirements from the project and to oversee any projects undertaken by 4C Strategies from start to finish.

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