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Want to eliminate audio conferencing phone costs ? i.e stop using Telstra Confralink or Premier? Need to share and edit documents real time with colleagues located in other geographic locations during an audio conference?
Have an existing phone system with no meet me conference bridge and would like to add this functionality without a fork-lift upgrade? Add conference bridge facilities to Microsoft Office Communicator? Use VoIP instead of ISDN for the Audio component of the conference.
Benefits of Conferencing:
- Cost-effective—Conference calls reduce travel, and wasted time.
- Flexible—Regular conference calls keep everyone in today’s “virtual enterprise” working together.
- Productivity—Conferencing applications create more effective working practices, leading to shorter project times and increased employee productivity.
- ROI—If your company currently schedules audio & data conferences using third party providers on a regular basis, the return on investment can be as little as six months. Example of Audio Conference Provider being Telstra Confralink and Webex for Data conference sharing.
Conferencing Solutions - Avaya IP Office Conference Bridge:
Avaya IP Office conferencing applications provide a private audio-conference bridge for communicating with a large number of people, as well as optional Web-based conferencing capabilities via the Conferencing Centre add-on. Businesses can have up to two 64 parties conferencing simultaneously depends on telephone system model.
Conferencing Solutions - Vonexus:
Live Conference from Vonexus is an easy-to-use online meeting solution that brings people together wherever they are. Simply dial in to the Live Conference system using a telephone and Web browser connection, and e-Meetings become a fully interactive forum for employees plus customers and suppliers. Businesses can have up to 120 parties conferencing simultaneously.