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By implementing a multi-channel video strategy across its global workforce, Accenture is enabling collaboration while avoiding the expense and inconvenience of long-distance travel.
In Accenture’s global enterprise, nearly one-quarter million professionals work virtually and collaborate seamlessly, thanks to an innovative and rapidly expanding video ecosystem.
Accenture is far advanced in implementing a multi-channel video strategy designed to make video a practical daily business tool worldwide, by equipping Accenture professionals with the tools to routinely meet face-to-face with any one, any place, any time. Accenture’s state-of-the art videoconferencing network enables collaboration without the inconvenience, expense and carbon emissions associated with long-distance travel.
More than 100 Telepresence systems provide a “like being there,” virtual meeting experience.
Accenture is federated with nearly 60 clients that also use Telepresence.
77 EX Series Personal Video units in 44 Accenture locations.
More than 250 Roundtable videoconferencing devices deployed across Accenture.
Accenture Videoconferencing Bridging Service enables connections with other video systems and with nearly 150 clients.
Ninety thousand laptops currently enabled with webcams.
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Each month, employees average 5,500 hours of Telepresence videoconferencing and 352,000 webcam-enabled video meeting minutes. Accenture is saving $2 million per month by using Telepresence in place of long-distance travel, and reducing its CO₂ emissions by 4.5 million kilograms per year.
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