Video has become a dominant method to engage employees and customers through a wide range of use cases. Firms and users alike recognize the immense value in video’s ability to sustain and create a healthy corporate culture. While users push companies for easy access to more tools, smart firms have realized the benefits of a video connected business and take steps to expand their offerings.
Every organization today understands the need to incorporate enterprise video in organizational communication, learning and collaboration. However, promoting video use in the workplace necessitates that your employees across the company can create, manage and share videos with ease and efficiency.
At first glance, the largest Fortune 500 enterprises in healthcare, financial services, automobile, retail, manufacturing, among others seem to have nothing in common. They operate in disparate industries with distinct business challenges. Yet, structurally, they are very much alike. They all comprise of sizeable multi-unit or multi-divisional departments that make up the enterprise.
These departments -- often defined based on their function, product/ service focus, or location -- operate independently of one another and may even be dispersed across geographical boundaries, especially in the case of large organizations.