The system is the largest Video Communication Network in the world to have complete public access and is made up from Regus’ own business centres and partnerships.
Regus’ market presence within the global Serviced Office Market spans across 115 countries and 1,110 cities. Regus decided to embark on such a mammoth VC facility to meet the continuing demand for the resource.
Figures according to Regus show that towards the end of last year bookings of the Video Communication solution increased by 22%. According to the world’s leading information technology research and advisors, Gartner, they estimate the Video Communication Market will expand significantly from 2008 to 2013, rising by as much as 17.8%.
The VC solution brings many advantages and can noticeably cut business costs. The facility decreases the need for travel by 75% within businesses, which in turn helps their carbon footprint.
CEO of Regus, Mark Dixon forsees the international side of B2B relations suffering as a result of the pressure to "curb travel spending, increase productivity and reduce environmental damage".
Dixon goes on to highlight how Regus's Video Communication Network allows businesses to "stay connected and expand their international footprint".
"With facilities in 1,100 locations, from Tokyo to Tehran and Tbilisi to Toronto, video communication through Regus means it can be business as usual”, declared Dixon.