With BlueJeans, Météo-France Simplifies Its Use of Video Conferencing While Reducing Costs
With virtual meetings surging due to COVID-19, Météo-France wanted to simplify the process for joining calls and cut the costs of its video conferencing services. By switching to BlueJeans Meetings, the French national meteorological service has greatly eased access to meetings. Employees and guests can now join calls using any browser without downloading an app, dramatically increasing Météo-France’s number of virtual and hybrid meetings.
Météo-France wanted to simplify employees’ and external stakeholders’ access to virtual meetings and reduce the costs of its video conferencing services and infrastructure.
It also wanted to be able to record meetings in a standard format and optimize its use of existing meeting rooms, which were equipped with proprietary hardware.
The agency switched from its previous video conferencing solution to BlueJeans Meetings. It is also investing in BlueJeans Events to enable greater interactivity across its offices.
Employees and external stakeholders can now join virtual meetings without downloading a video conferencing app.
Météo-France has reduced the cost of its video conferencing license per user by 300% and increased its number of users fourfold.
The agency has been able to integrate BlueJeans with 15 of its existing meeting rooms and can now record meetings in a standard format.
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