Bad audio is bad business. That is the inescapable conclusion of our latest study—together with global leader in market research Ipsos—on the current state of audio communication in the modern work environment. But here’s the good news: the solution to bad audio as it relates to work is clear and easy to integrate into your everyday (work) routine.
Poor-quality audio is everywhere. It is no wonder that 87% of end-users surveyed reported at least one pain point due to poor audio quality. What is even more alerting: the time spend daily on activities relating to sound or meetings adds up to 5 hours and 18 minutes. Yet three out of every 10 users complain that their current headset offers poor audio quality.
This figure might be even higher after the sharp increase of working remotely and communicating online over the past few weeks. Sound quality issues have become even more difficult to ignore. And even though online conferencing tools are not new to our daily work routine, we have accepted phrases, such as “Can you hear me?” and “What?” as an integral part of our conversations or meetings.
At EPOS, we have made it our mission to put an end to that. And we are not alone. According to our study, an overwhelming majority of business decision makers believe that investing in quality equipment can be an effective antidote to poor quality sound. Imagine a work scenario without time losses due to misunderstandings between colleagues or clients, financial losses or compromised productivity and efficiency—the trifecta of purity of sound, clarity of speech and premium technology that we apply at EPOS makes it possible.
Are you ready to put “What” out of business? This brochure will provide you with a clear overview of solutions.