Industry Specific Unified Communication
Asnet Technologies is proud to bring unified communication through video conference solutions to organisations right throughout New Zealand – and we find this very rewarding.
From small groups of students connecting and asking questions with NASA Astronauts to a cancer patient who no longer has to travel for check-ups, video conferencing is uniting the world, and making the way we all do what we do so much easier.
Our clients normally fall into four main categories, who all have specialist needs and applications of the technology and solutions that we provide. For all of these sectors, the return on investment, added capabilities and strategic advantage of video conferencing is the perfect solution for a country as remote and unique as New Zealand.
It’s an exciting time in Education right now, with the utilisation of new technology to connect students and teachers to others around the country, and around the world. Never before has it been so easy and affordable to expand your experience and connect with experts, interesting places and people, and to interact and learn simultaneously.
Ensuring quality of care and support is of primary importance to the Health sector – and to us. We are helping specialist doctors connect with more patients than ever, give a better quality and more indepth service, and have access to thier own experts and advisors across the country and the world.
The Corporate sector have been quick to see the strategic advantage and return on investment that video conferencing offers. The high definition systems really are the next best thing to being there, and offer a true alternative to travel for business meetings, training and collaboration, which leads to increased productivity and stronger strategic and team alliances.
Government Departments are always interested in finding better, more economical and more efficient ways of working. With the introduction of new solutions, including cloud-based video conferencing, many departments are now utilising these as part of their internal communication systems.