BlueJeans usage in a medium-sized company
October 19, 2018

BlueJeans usage in a medium-sized company

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with BlueJeans

BlueJeans was purchased initially to accommodate international video conferences on aging hardware. After upgrading our UC hardware, we still use BlueJeans for bridging systems and people. It is used by a number of development, IT and HR teams for collaboration and presentation. It allows the participants to meet regardless of platform, be it PC, MAC, mobile or Room System.


  • Allows mobile devices to join a DNA see content. This removes limitations of loacation and device
  • Works internationally. Allows for collaboration outside the US with overseas partners.
  • Relatively intuitive interface and functionality. Allows for better adoption and easier training.


  • Better streaming of video. The current client still cannot stream live video content on screen.
  • More local access numbers
  • Break out rooms
  • Less travel required
  • Ad Hoc collaboration
  • Better teamwork across distances
Cisco WebEx couldn't guarantee that the platform would work internationally in the countries we needed to collaborate with. BlueJeans did guarantee it would work where we needed it to. The decision was pretty simple after that. We just needed to figure out how to license deploy and operationalize after that.
It's a pretty usable and intuitive platform. I think better training guides need to be created for non technical users. We still get a good amount of confusion regarding starting a meeting as a host from the business side.
BlueJeans is great for meetings requiring collaboration. You have to purchase a separate product for webstream or event-type meetings. You should be able to do that in one product.

BlueJeans Meetings (discontinued) Feature Ratings

High quality audio
High quality video
Low bandwidth requirements
Mobile support
Desktop sharing
Record meetings / events
Live chat


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