How do I measure adoption of a new bridge technology?

How do I measure adoption of a new bridge technology?

In the Adoption tab of Tech Insights Analytics, there are two bridging panels that populate automatically based on your native infrastructure. The ‘Bridge Technology Usage Trend‘ and ‘Bridge Usage Trend‘ panels. These panels provide much the same information framed in a slightly different context. One is organizing meeting data by general technology using the common short name or acronym (Bridge Technology Usage Trend). The other provides the same with the full technology name listed (Bridge Usage Trend).

With these, you can see the different bridge technologies in your organization that are being monitored by Vyopta. You can also see how often each technology is being utilized from the graphs provided. If you hover over each section, you can see the system type and the meeting minutes associated with that technology for the time period you have selected.


Can’t quite find what you need? Let’s run through creating this panel and then we can deep dive to more advanced panel creation. First, click the link in the upper right under the date range selected. From here, select ‘Trend’ as our panel type and then pick the ‘Meetings’ category. Then we’ll select either ‘Meeting Minutes’ as our Metric (Value) and group the results by System Type (Acronym). Now we want to filter the selected data set to only meetings that used a bridge (in other words, exclude point to point calls). We do this by using the Meeting Type (Bridge/P2P) filter and setting it to Bridge, as illustrated below.


… which leaves us with just the meetings that used a bridging technology organized by bridge type! For more info on using filters and creating custom panels, please see our Creating Panels page.

If you want to analyze the meetings on a particular bridge, we can do that too! In the example above, you would merely click the Systems dropdown and select the bridge in question.

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