Audio Conferencing


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Audio Conferencing




What Is Audio Conferencing?


In today's fast paced business world, arranging a staff meeting can be time consuming and difficult -- this is especially true if the meeting is to be held across all markets and lines of business. Fortunately, we live in a very high tech, fast paced world where there are countless solutions to these business dilemmas that are encountered every day across the country. One such solution for the office on the go is audio conferencing.


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In the simplest terms, audio conferencing is commonly known as a conference call whereby the person who wishes to hold the meeting can set up a call through a local host site and have their employees -- or whomever they wish to attend the call, such as guest speakers -- dial in to a prearranged number, enter a password and then be placed in to conference.

Audio conferencing is a revolutionary way for companies to do business because they are able to have important meetings with key personnel who can stay in their locations and continue to participate in their duties while not missing out on vital corporate information.

There are also so many additional benefits for a company to use audio conferencing for its meetings that for companies that have multiple locations, there is really no excuse to not use audio conferencing for the most part.

Benefits such as not having to pay for employee travel (money saver) and not having to change meeting times because someone can not make it (time saver) to name a couple, will contribute significantly to the saving of time and money for your company.

There are also many features for audio conferencing available through the host network, depending on what they may or may not offer. To this end, when you are setting up the audio conferencing contract, it would suit you well to take a look at multiple companies to see if what they actually offer is something you are going to use -- there is no sense paying money for a service you will never use when you could go with a different company and get the conferencing package that is best for your company.


 


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By Eddie Tobey
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