"So, which video conferencing platform should I choose?"
This is one of the top questions we hear. Companies switch their video conferencing tools all the time, and we want to arm you with the info you need to make the best decision for your team.
In our State of Video Conferencing report, we found that a staggering 89% of companies still use multiple video conferencing platforms. On average, a company switches between two and three different conferencing solutions at any given time.
What this tells us is that people are still struggling to find a cohesive solution to meet the needs of their entire company.
For example, marketing might need webinar features, the product team might require a digital whiteboard to work with their team, etc.. With these needs in mind, we created a video conferencing matrix to help your team understand what solutions fit your company's needs best.
The video conferencing comparison outlines the strengths of each platform along with key use cases that are important to users. We cover everything you need to know: performance ratings, basic functions, key features, integrations, and pricing.
Owl Labs' mission is to make hybrid teams feel more connected (in our case, via our 360° video conferencing camera: the Meeting Owl), and so we need to understand which software solutions support our customers best.
We hope this matrix helps you make an informed decision and supports you on your journey to creating a great experience for all of your team members, both remote and in-office.
Ready to find the best video conferencing platform for your team? Check out the matrix below!
Once you've decided on a video conferencing platform, outfit your meeting rooms with the best video conferencing hardware next. And download our video conference camera comparison guide to see which video conferencing option is best for you.