Why should you use Zoom? Because your customers (probably) do
Zoom Meetings is one of the most recognized UCaaS solutions for video communications in the world. If you turn on the TV and see an expert being remotely interviewed by a major network, chances are it is happening on Zoom. If you watch guilty pleasures such as “Indian Matchmaking” or “Jewish Matchmaking,” you are likely to see the protagonists’ video chatting over Zoom.
You might ask yourself: Why should I care? Our current solution runs well enough. The truth is: For internal use, almost any form of communication can be made to work. But what if you talk to clients? To your VCs? Is a professional communication platform not part of your company’s image? Moreover, you want to make it as easy as possible for customers or investors to contact you. Ideally, so you don’t have to spend valuable time setting up a conferencing solution, you want them to use a tool they’re familiar with.
As of May 2023, Zoom has a customer base of more than 215,000 in the enterprise sector alone. In addition, there are thousands of small and medium-sized businesses that rely on Zoom to manage their communications.
According to data from 2021, our platform was used by more than 70% of the companies in the Fortune 100. Over half of the DAX 40 companies in Germany were Zoom customers. Eight out of 10 of the largest banks in the U.S. choose to use our platform, and globally, more than half of the largest banks in the world trusted us to help them communicate. And if you recruit new talent from one of the world’s top universities? You can do it directly from your trusted Zoom app. Because Zoom powered 46 of the top 50 universities in the world.
So what are you waiting for? Simplify communications for clients, investors, and your own organization. Switch to Zoom One. One global platform to connect. Need more insights? Join our live Zoom Experience Tour, on June 21 at 11am CET showcasing Zoom’s latest workplace innovations. This interactive session is a great way to master the art of hybrid work.