Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” -Andrew Carnegie

Huddle Room

Are you looking for something more (and yet, by definition, less) than a conference room? A space that will bring your organization’s best talent together to brainstorm, collaborate and visualize more effectively, giving birth to ideas that will improve the processes and productivity in your organization?

You may need a huddle room.

Today’s best business leaders understand the need for a close-quarters, casual environment, with all the necessary video systems and conferencing equipment, for employees to work as a team. Rather than scheduling time in the large-scale conference room with telepresence systems, employees can team up and collaborate in a huddle room as soon as the mood strikes.

Huddle Room Audio Visual Systems: Simple, Yet Robust
Just because the technology in a huddle room is scaled down, that doesn’t make it simplistic. You’ll still want the guidance of a team of professionals to help you make the right choices for the space. Robust and scalable video conferencing software, a high definition LED screen, and the ability to connect to multiple sources, including mobile devices, are just a few of the features we can add to your huddle space to create a state-of-the-art environment where ideas and creativity thrive.

The question is not: “Do you need a huddle room?” but, “How many huddle rooms do you need?”

One? Five? 25? It all depends. The beauty of the huddle room is in the cost-effective way it provides the end-result businesses need for spur-of-the-moment collaboration.

With solutions tailor-made for huddle rooms from vendors that include Crestron, Barco, Polycom and many others, it takes the right audio visual integrator to help you choose the best technology that will work to meet your needs and your budget.

Let us help you visualize your ideal huddle room environment, then design, specify and integrate the systems. Before you know it, you and your top teams of talent will be huddling like pros.