Improving Legal Services With Video Communications
Communication and collaboration technologies such as video conferencing enable professional services firms to break the boundaries of distance, cost, time, and access. Whether in the office, in the field, or across the globe, consultants can communicate with clients and collaborate with team members using any device or network. This is made possible through the integration of audio and video conferencing capabilities with a company’s unified communication (UC) platform.
During this AVI-SPL webinar, you’ll learn how firms are:
- Improving client service, satisfaction and retention
- Shortening project cycles and delivery times
- Increasing up-selling and cross-selling opportunities
- Amplifying employee efficiency, productivity and teamwork
- Reducing operational expenditures and project delivery costs
About the presenters
John Paul Williams is Director, Enterprise Solutions and Market Development, Americas for Polycom, where he utilizes years of experience as a global operations executive with P&L responsibility leading innovations in manufacturing, quality and engineering. John Paul’s Industry experience includes telecommunications, process controls, military avionics, consumer goods, and medical equipment design and manufacturing. He has been a successful senior quality officer implementing Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methods, including developing strategic sourcing partnerships that increase competitive advantage. One of the plants John Paul managed won the Shingo Prize for Manufacturing Excellence, based on the Toyota Production System (TPS).
Shai Moshe is a proven leader and visionary in the telepresence and unified communications space. As the VP of Collaboration Solutions Engineering at AVI-SPL, Shai brings his 12+ years of experience, where he has driven video collaboration from a “nice to have” to a “must have”. He develops and maintains successful and profitable manufacturer relationships, while being responsible for developing many successful engineering practices and possessing a keen eye for talent.