Bang & Olufsen is currently preparing a series of Bluetooth headphones and products for Microsoft Teams and Zoom certification, the company announced.
The premium audio company hopes to tap into the latest trends in hybrid work with its listening devices, which get built-in support for two of the most used video conferencing suites. John Howard, B&O’s Head of Enterprise , hopes this move “will help accelerate [the company’s] transition to corporate business,” as a growing number of products join the handful of devices that are already being used by home workers.
According to the company, home users are turning to “high-end multifunctional audio products” that can be used for both business and leisure purposes, including listening to high-fidelity music and participating. to video calls.
Howard explains that the company hopes to grow its business in the coming years using its “beautiful and long-lasting products,” and also hopes that the added certifications will improve the company’s performance, connectivity and functionality, as the users are turning to using B&O products in multiple environments.
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