Not that long ago, conferencing was limited to multi-participant, voice-only calls or high-end video connections that required special rooms and equipment that were prohibitively expensive for most businesses. Times have changed. If you haven’t checked into business conferencing lately, you might be surprised at what you find. It’s certainly not just conference calling anymore. An array of new opportunities now exist to economically connect people through high-quality, reliable audio, Web, video and unified communications.
One of the best things about today’s conferencing capabilities is that you can choose the right combination for your specific needs and budget. Maybe you don’t need anything beyond basic audio conference calls. Perhaps adding Web capabilties to display spreadsheets, graphics and other content will do it. Or maybe video connections will best suit your purpose. Today, a custom solution can be built that provides those capabilities at a cost you can afford.
With so many options, costs and providers, it is a good idea to get expert help from someone who knows the industry. If you have such a resource in house, great. If not, it will be worth your while to consult with an outside expert. The cost will be far less than the money you will save and the value you gain.
Read more in Grudi Associates’ new article: Business-Conferencing-A-Bottom-Line-Solution.