Forty-six percent of user organizations realized travel savings of more than five days per employee annually. Sixty-eight percent of user organizations reported productivity improvements between geographically-dispersed functional groups.
Just as unified communications applications are gaining increased presence in the workplace, so too are the benefits surfacing in more areas throughout the organization. The results from research conducted by Chadwick Martin Bailey on behalf of Cisco plainly demonstrates that unified communications users experience a multitude of benefits – both in terms of employee time savings as well as direct financial savings. Not only do unified communications applications bring productivity improvements for mobile employees, they can also favorably change ways in which all employees communicate as well as reduce the necessity of travel.
This slideshow highlights six time and cost savings identified by Chadwick Martin Bailey.
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