Why Every Office Needs Huddle Room Workspaces

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By Joshua Herring on May 17, 2019

Today’s common areas dedicated to team building, meetings and ad hoc groupthink sessions require a number of unique characteristics, all of which must contribute to a space that facilitates the effectiveness of these kinds of events and works to streamline them. Enter: huddle rooms.

Huddle rooms are defined as small conference areas that can be equipped with audio, video, and display system technology that are used by groups to collaborate on projects or brainstorm new ideas. According to research firm Frost & Sullivan, there are more than 32 million huddle rooms deployed globally. By 2022, the firm projects that all videoconferencing meetings will take place in a huddle room.

The changing nature of the workplace, coupled with the digital transformation being made by today’s most innovative and forward-thinking companies, is giving rise to the adoption of huddle rooms. Additionally, as more organizations embrace remote work and employees, these spaces become even more beneficial to adopt video conferencing and the ability to bring multiple sites and people into a collaborative environment.

At the center of these spaces is the technology and design that make them truly functional. This requires expertise in collaboration tools, videoconferencing, audiovisual solutions, scheduling systems, and much more.

In our White Paper, “Building Effective Huddle Rooms: A Collaborative Approach,” you can learn more about the following:

  • Defining a Huddle Room and Space
  • Why Huddle Rooms Are the Next Big Thing
  • Choosing the Right Technology for Your Huddle Room
  • Advanced Collaboration Tools and Their Uses
  • Selecting the Right Partner to Achieve Results
  • The Future of the Huddle Room

Download the White Paper today.

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