Case Study: Maersk chooses Logitech for Global Video Collaboration

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A.P. Moller – Maersk is an integrated container logistics company with over 95,000 employees in over 130 countries. Effective video collaboration is key for Maersk to drive consistent service, wherever employees or customers are based.

INDUSTRY

Professional Services

SOLUTIONS

Logitech Rally, Logitech Rally Bar, Logitech Tap, Logitech MeetUp, Logitech Scribe, Logitech Sync

LOCATION

International with offices in +130 countries and HQ in Copenhagen, Denmark

SOFTWARE

Microsoft Teams

WEBSITE

ALLIANCE PARTNERS

Microsoft

95,000+

Employees at Maersk

Operates in over 130 countries

Overview

A.P. Moller – Maersk is a global enterprise, so maintaining quick and effortless communication between employees, customers and partners is essential to the business’ success.

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Challenge

Maersk wanted a single video conferencing solution that was high quality, low cost, intuitive, and easy to deploy globally, as the organization’s existing systems were difficult to use.

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Solution

Logitech’s high-quality video conferencing systems provided a complete solution at a competitive price point, while being certified for Microsoft Teams.

For meeting room cameras and audio, Maersk opted for Logitech Rally, Rally Bar and MeetUp.

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Results

Maersk has rolled out Logitech solutions for Teams Rooms in 300 meeting spaces for widespread user adoption. Employees report that they enjoy collaborating in their newly updated meeting rooms.

Logitech’s solutions enabled more flexible hybrid working patterns, and have simplified video collaboration across the global enterprise.

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