As an environmentally conscious organization, Broadcore makes every effort to provide products and solutions as well as a working environment that helps reduce the consumption of natural resources.
According to EPA figures, an average automobile releases 0.66 to 1.20 pounds of pollutants per mile driven. In Southern California, an average driver drives approximately 1000-1500 miles per month, most of which is to commute to and from work. This causes the release of 660 to 1800 pounds of pollutants per car, per month.
Broadcore's Unified Communications platform provides fully integrated and seamless communications solutions that reduce the need for daily commutes. With Broadcore's solutions, businesses can enjoy employing a distributed workforce where employees can work from any location with all the conveniences of their office communications services. Also, by providing hosted solutions, Broadcore substantially reduces the need for technician site visits, further reducing the need for driving. As the most avid user of its own hosted Unified Communications solutions, Broadcore enjoys a fully distributed workforce with many telecommuting employees in various locations.
Energy efficient technologies
Due to the economies of scale, hosted solutions use less than half of the electricity used by premises-based products. Also, Broadcore's hosted Unified Communications solutions deploy an energy efficient communications infrastructure, as well as "green" servers and components whenever possible, thereby additionally lowering electricity usage compared to premises-based solutions.
By deploying a hosted Unified Communications solution, Broadcore helps businesses eliminate in-house equipment and associated obsolescence and replacement needs, resulting in reduction of the amount of equipment, old metal and hazardous electronic components in landfills.
Paperless work environment
Broadcore has invested in an electronic billing system, uses electronic banking, payroll deposits, and other paperless services in order to minimize the use of paper in its offices.