Enterprise communication the world over is seeing a tipping point, with organizations changing the way they interact internally and externally. The ‘Digital Evolution’ is creating disruptive opportunities for enterprises to enhance interactions among customers, suppliers, stakeholders, and employees. And video has become the enabler which is bringing about this change. With the enterprise video space getting more and more innovative and crucial to the communication space, it was time kPoint took the lead in expounding how enterprise video will drive future business.
A conference for discussing “Enterprise Video: A Future Business Driver” was organized by kPoint at The Leela Ambience, Gurgaon on the 18th of September, 2015. The objective of the event was to demonstrate how kPoint’s enterprise video platform is helping organizations capture attention, create interest and deliver a consistent message to a global audience.
The Evangelists of best Enterprise Video Management
kPoint Co-Founder and Managing Director, Shridhar Shukla talked briefly about kPoint’s values and mission as an organization. He also discussed how organizations have applied kPoint video to their communication outreach and derived amazing results.
Manoj Chugh, President, Enterprise Business, Tech Mahindra, delivered the Keynote discussing ‘digital disruptions’ in the enterprise software space.
Sudhanshu Padhi, Learning and Development Manager, Hero MotoCorp highlighted the benefits of easy of video content creation and distribution through kPoint.
Vikrant Bhatnagar, Director – Capability Management, Tata Communications showcased a kPoint video explaining the ease of video content creation using kPoint.
Sunil Godse, Chief Customer Officer at kPoint Technologies discussed kPoint’s multiple use cases inside customer organizations and benefits derived such as rapid content roll-out and cost savings.
The event generated considerable buzz among the participants. Participating organizations are now judiciously evaluating how they can use kPoint to augment their communication practices.