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How To Have A Group Meeting Online


The digital age is upon us and so are many technical advancements in the workplace. Jobs are shifting, people are changing the way that they interact with each other. And this isn't any more true than with the business world. For the most part business has to deal with people.  Good relationships and good products generally mean good business.


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However, the cost of keeping those relationships up can be costly. And sometimes this expense is beyond what the company can handle and things must change. However, what if there were a way to keep those relationships without paying for all of the travel and time spent developing them? This is where the technology comes into play.

The old has not gone as much as the new age has come alongside. This large issue of keeping up the relationships with other business can be solved by a group meeting online.  Conference calls are great, and they have been working for years. However, we now have the software to bring in video conferencing.

You can sit down with you and another business man across the world via webcasts, telepresence, live streaming, and do it all from the comfort and price point of your home office. No longer do you have to do sales training on location. Major corporate events can now be handled online and be done virtually.

The software for doing most of this is browser based and therefore does not require much out of you as the business. This is a great solution for those companies that really want to reach beyond what they have been doing but do not have the budget to get it done. You can still do whiteboarding, have chats, or any other thing involving a group meeting online.

The possibilities are endless and are here today! About 10 years ago we started to hear about this kind of technology and loved the idea. But the price was so out of reach that most businesses that could really use it to make it to the next level simply could not afford it.  But now being browser based, and this affordable there is nothing stopping the smaller companies. This will help save travel costs and pay for itself within the first year of running it.






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