Want to make an impression on your conferencing call? Try video conferencing
Video conferencing has become apart of office life. Apart from the obvious use for virtual ‘face-to-face’ meetings, nationally and internationally, video conferencing is also being increasingly used for applications such as training, recruitment, data sharing, collaboration, diagnostics, access to remote support and expertise, and even in areas like emergency response, business continuity, and disaster recovery.
Organisations of all sizes are using video conferencing to gain a competitive edge by moving faster and optimising efficiency across several key business areas. And the time and cost savings by using video conferencing compared with travelling to meetings can be considerable. Typical examples include suppliers showing samples to manufacturers, and design studios communicating with freelancers working from home.
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