Video Conferencing Solutions For Retail & Manufacturing Industry


Video Conferencing Solutions For Manufacturing Industry

PeopleLink video conferencing for manufacturing facilitates the venture groups for easy collaboration, helping businesses achieve higher productivity and improving operational efficiencies by managing disperse teams both offshore and in remote locations where bandwidth is very low.

  • Integrate Visual Collaboration from PeopleLink to your existing SCM and gain high-quality visualization, real-time video processing
  • Provides Virtual support to the customers so as to perform a visual diagnosis of the damaged product and provide engineering assistance or instructional support.
  • Render real time and much interactive visual training to the employees across different workshops to skill enhancement.
  • Managed Service for Manufacturing Vertical can utilize real time streaming services for multi city Product Launches, Virtual Dealer meets & Training

Note - Market Projections made above are in accordance to McKinsey’s Manufacturing the future; the next era of global growth & Innovation.

Video Conferencing Solutions For Retail Industry

PeopleLink Video conferencing creates a strong virtual store for a range of retail operations such as Inventory Management, Store connectivity and Access to remote staff with its high quality face-to-face communication experience which translates well to the retail environment. PeopleLink enable real-time showcase of high value items without the need of moving this expensive inventory to various stores.

  • Video Enable Call Centers for effective service delivery.
  • Enhance Customer Buying experience by having a real time video chat with an Industry Expert.
  • Provision High Quality visual Kiosks for providing online retail services to the rural areas and demographics with lower smart phone Users.
  • Create a concept of Virtual Visual Shopping experience for the masses.

Note - Market Projections made above are in accordance to e Marketer Retail & e-Commerce Report 2014.

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