Meeting Rooms of the Future: Faster Decision-Making, Reduced Waste

How do you counter dwindling attention spans, connectivity snafus, tech glitches during crucial pitches, and collaboration where most business decisions happen: remotely? In a not-so-distant future, meeting rooms will use your staff and clients’ digital habit to your advantage, enabling faster decision-making, richer collaborations, instant access and payoff.

It’s not just a matter of opinion, but a phenomenon evidenced by studies at home and abroad. In this post, we highlight findings of two research projects: the “Meeting Room of the Future” study by the International Association of Conference Centers (IACC), and “Future Meeting Space” research by the European Association of Event Centres, Fraunhoffer Institute of Industrial Engineering, and German Convention Bureau. Read more

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Is Your Conference Room a Presentation Technology Danger Zone?

When members of your organization work for weeks putting together a presentation — whether pitching new business or presenting to the board of directors — one thing is for certain: All your efforts are for naught if your presentation technology fails. As one of Central Indiana’s leading audio visual technology experts, Electronic Evolutions’ design and installation pros work with companies to ensure success every time the AV is enacted — from small huddle spaces to large conference rooms.

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Update Workplace Technology with Indianapolis Audio Visual Experts Electronic Evolutions

Don’t look now, but the end of 2016 is fast approaching. The year has evolved with bring-your-own-device becoming standard operating procedure among your workforce. More meetings are taking place via teleconference. You need an office space makeover, stat.

So, why not take a cue from our clients who spend in the fourth quarter to lessen their EOY tax burden, and start 2017 with a workplace that better suits the needs of your workforce?

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Showcase Features Best-in-Class A/V Tech & Collaboration Solutions

Electronic Evolutions recently partnered with Visitec (@visitecmktg) to bring the top audio visual technology & collaboration providers together in Indianapolis, Indiana, showcasing their innovative solutions for Control Rooms, Corporate Huddle Rooms, Conferencing solutions and all inclusive Unified Collaboration. Read more

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Conference Room Makeover: The Critical Questions that Equal Success

The new year is here and with it come resolutions. If one of your 2016 milestones is to improve your conference room’s audio visual technology, then a consult is in order. But it’s not enough to simply check off the product boxes and move into installation. A knowledgeable partner should be prepared to ask some critical questions as you plan a successful revamp of your technology. Read more

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Smarter Unified Collaboration – Newline’s TruTouch X Series

It was Demo Day at Electronic Evolutions and the spotlight was on everyone’s favorite buzzword – Unified Collaboration.   For the audience, this meant a business solution that solved the issues around corporate video conferencing.

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Proactively Plan for AV Technologies

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Everyone agrees that today’s conference rooms and boardrooms should be well equipped with easy-to-use audio-visual technology that allows meeting participants to work both efficiently and collaboratively.

Surprisingly, AV is often an after thought of conference room and boardroom design.  The big table is bought, the cabinetry is complete and … “Oh yeah, where are we going to hang that projector, and how are we going to hide those wires?” Obviously, this approach has several downfalls including a higher price tag.

Proactively planning for a company’s audio-visual needs – ideally from the initial planning and concept stage – will save time, money and stress.

The following are some essential boardroom and conference room technologies to consider. Read more

Collaborative Work Environments Require Innovative Technologies

The way in which we work and live has evolved at an astonishing speed during the last decade. As people – particularly the influential millennial generation — rally around Collaboration Spaces“new urbanism” and walkable neighborhoods in their personal lives, they are also seeking a different kind of workspace.  A recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), found that 58 percent of human resource professionals cite “flexibility” as the most effective way to attract new talent.

Technology has played an influential role in this shift; with a smartphone and a laptop or tablet computer, many people can work from just about anywhere. In addition, the millennials are fans of collaboration; it’s in their “M.O.” to put their heads together and do what we might have called “brainstorming” back in 1995. But the days of sitting around a boardroom table and writing on a white board or those giant sticky notes are as antiquated as a flip phone. Read more