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Audio and Video Conferencing for affordable Communication

June 27, 2013 | Telepresence Options

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Let us experience it, business travel is costly, time taking, and rarely fun. Not only do you have to deal with the stress of getting to the airport/train station in time and passing through security, but you also have to buy increasingly costly travel tickets, hotel rooms, car rentals, etc., and invest a good deal of time away from your close friends and family. Add to that the truth that organizations of all sizes are tightening their costs in order to keep competitive, and it's simple to see why so many of modern companies are searching for an alternative solution to meeting in-person. Small and middle-sized companies face an even higher challenge, as many generally lack the capital that large enterprises have to meet and connect with their geographically allocated customers, co-workers and partners. The best way to deal with these issues, however, is to employ an�Audio conferencing�service. Audio conferencing keeps your team linked, improves your business's productivity, and assists the atmosphere - all while saving you money.

By cutting out even one kind of transport for you and/or your members, you are shrinking your organization's carbon footprint and creating a good effect on the atmosphere. Having said that, we have yet to see the authentic effect that Video Conferencing services have made on the environment, just because many organizations have yet to utilize them the way they could and should. When initially presented on the market, Video Conferencing services were challenging and unpredictable, causing a lot of to shy away from frequent use.

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