Bad Audio is Bad Business
As the future of work relies increasingly on solutions that enhance collaboration, our mission at EPOS is unchanged – to unleash human potential with sound excellence.
Bad audio is still bad business
In 2020, EPOS set out to identify the most expensive word in global business. That word was “What?”. A year on, “What?” continues to plague workplace efficiencies, contributing to businesses losing valuable time and money due to poor audio.
”What?” - the most expensive word in business
The 2021 Ipsos report, commissioned annually by EPOS, has become part of an ongoing effort to truly understand the sound experiences of the global workforce. The 2021 survey revealed that 83% of business leaders singled out bad audio as one of the major challenges of the last 12 months. Lost client accounts have resulted in financial strain for businesses – all due to simple, avoidable miscommunication.
As virtual collaboration becomes the new operational standard, there has never been a more pressing time to equip your organization with the tools to achieve a competitive advantage.
Miscommunication has consequences
On average, end-users lose 31 minutes per week due to poor sound quality on voice and video calls. Simple audio miscommunications result in costly extra work, reduced productivity, and serious cost implications for businesses.
Unleash individual potential with sound excellence
When audio technology fails, the consequences are widely felt across an organization. At EPOS, we believe that individuals and teams can achieve more, perform better and unleash their full potential when they have tools that deliver sound excellence.