and business mobile services to next generation conferencing platforms call us today on 0330 400 4455
This month we have been talking about how setting up conference calling can save your business significant amounts of money each year. When you consider how much time and energy is spent preparing for a meeting, travelling to that meeting, attending the meeting and then returning to the office you can quickly see the benefits of holding every single meeting in-house.
No matter where that house might be.
This is something thatcan assist with. We can set up a conference call system for you, which will suit your particular needs. In fact, we offer two types of conference call systems.
First, you have basic which will cover many people’s needs. All you have to do is enter a pin and “room number” to be able to start your call. You can use these based on 01, 02, 03 and 08 numbers, although prices will vary depending on what you choose.
Alternatively you can use the advanced service, which can be used with international numbers as well as standard ones, and can also be branded for your own individual business. This works in tandem with web based conferencing, and includes operator assistance. This is definitely the most popular option with organisations that use a lot of conference calling.
What option you decide on will depend on many factors, not least your budget. We are here to make sure that you find the right solution for you and are more than happy to provide advice to support you make the right decision.
All you have to do is pick up the phone and call us on 0330 400 4455 and we will be happy to help.
The term Conference Calling is one we have probably all heard, whether you’re a business owner or part of a larger organisation. However, as with many things you have heard in passing, you may not know what conference calling is, or how it could impact what you do. Even if that is the case, you’d be definitely missing out if you didn’t take a minute to find out more.
What is conference calling?
A conference call is simply the term for a meeting which takes place over the telephone. You can communicate with two or more people as the result of having multiple lines open at the same time and can use either a mobile or landline.
When you work in a larger organisation it can be impossible to avoid holding or attending regular face to face meetings. These may be team briefs, project reviews, performance analysis or updates of goodness-knows-what. Sometimes meetings can be very useful; however, most of the time they are completely pointless and counter-productive.