In the past, conference rooms usually relied on a physical control panel to manage the in-room experience.
However, in today’s landscape, the experience is predominantly driven by the chosen collaboration platform, as mentioned earlier.
Regardless of whether your conference room incorporates components from Crestron, Logi, Yealink, or other brands, the user experience remains consistent and aligns with the collaboration platform being used.
For example, if you are running Microsoft Teams, the user experience will be the same across different hardware components.
A well-designed and user-friendly interface with a simple one-click-to-join button has become the standard for traditional conference rooms. The objective is to enable employees to effortlessly connect to the collaboration platform and seamlessly share presentations with a single touch.
If you are not utilizing a collaboration platform, companies like Crestron specialize in developing hardware for system control. Once properly programmed to integrate with your conference room equipment, both options offer excellent user experiences.