In a recent hands-on research, Prysm visual workplace has bagged the recognition of being a powerful, flexible, and enterprise-ready offering an enterprise-worthy number of customization options to tailor to specific use cases.
The research conducted by Wainhouse Research, an independent market research firm that focuses on critical issues in the unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) market asserts that Prysm is easy and fun to use, and it takes much of the stress, and almost all of the complexity, out of real-time collaboration and brainstorming sessions.
Wainhouse Research also specifically referred the “Prysm Display Effect”, which combines large displays, a multi-touch display surface with standard gestures such as pinch and drag, streamlined and specific workflow, and the ability to resize and reposition objects quickly and easily.
According to the report, when these items are combined, they work together to create an immersive experience that is both fun and somehow liberating, in a content creation and collaboration sense, for the user.
“Due to the Prysm touch UI and streamlined workflow, in just a few minutes a typical user will go from a Prysm-newbie to a Prysm-empowered collaborator,” said Ira M. Weinstein, senior analyst and partner, Wainhouse Research. “We tested this concept with a few non-techies in our office, and the proof is in the pudding. We found ourselves turning to the Prysm system for more than just testing, and began using the solution within our daily workflow. Our sales staff and even the folks in the next suite over in our building are now Prysm-users.”
“Wainhouse Research is one of the most respected analyst firms for UC&C analysis, so their evaluation and hands-on testing of our product, which resulted in a big thumbs up, is an incredibly proud moment for Prysm,” said Paige O’Neill, CMO, Prysm. “The future of work is heavily tied to collaboration as enterprise teams must be able to seamlessly collaborate no matter the location or device. The fact that the Wainhouse Research team went from just testers to ongoing Prysm users is a huge testament to the power of our solution.”
In May, 2016, Prysm commissioned Wainhouse Research to test the Prysm Visual Workplace. Over the course of three months, the Wainhouse Research test lab conducted a series of tests on Prysm Visual Workplace, which includes Prysm Cloud, Prysm Application Suite and Prysm displays.