There are already 32.4 million huddle rooms worldwide. These private, compact spaces are ideal for letting small teams collaborate and thrive in fast-paced office environments.
73% of meetings involve only 2 to 4 people, while most conference rooms are designed for meetings of 7 or more. Furthermore, 40% of employees spend up to 30 minutes a day looking for a suitable meeting space.
65% of employees feel that at least half of huddle spaces need video conferencing capabilities. Calls with video are more engaging and productive.
32% of millennials use smartphones and/or tablets to collaborate and discuss with colleagues at work. Huddle rooms should let them share with devices they’re familiar with.
40% of IT staff feel the biggest challenge in huddle-room management is handling mixed technology from different vendors in one huddle space.
*Blizz support for easy video calls and hassle-free video conferencing
*BYOD-friendly design with support for wireless screen mirroring
*Support for Firefox browser that lets employees search for information during meetings
*Built-in A/V player plus support for USB drive file access and opening documents via WPS Office
*TeamViewer App for facilitating remote project management