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Poly Talks About Significance of Bringing People Back Together at ISE 2022

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As part of our coverage for Integrated Systems Europe 2022, AVNation’s Tim Albright chats with Paul Clark of Poly about how Poly has grown and evolved over the past couple of years. The company has been working to provide an equitable work experience for both remote and in-office users.

Clark also touches on the significance of bringing people back together and how essential to highlight not only the new products but also the issues users are facing.

Head over to Poly’s website to learn more about their latest solutions. Check out this video and our entire ISE 2022 coverage right here.

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