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Six Benefits of Web Conferencing

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6 Benefits of Web ConferencingWith an estimated 53% of senior managers and CEOs moving toward increasing their remote worker capabilities, web conferencing services are becoming of greater importance in the business world.  Collaboration is necessary for maximum output on projects and web conferencing allows this simply and cost-effectively.  Choosing the appropriate web conferencing software will increase both your productivity and your bottom line.  

  1. Conferencing Service Makes Collaboration Easy
    Hiring remote employees and telecommuting is becoming more and more popular in the changing world of business.  Not only can it be more cost effective, it can also increase productivity.  There are times however, when the team needs to be brought together to collaborate, and a conferencing service makes said collaboration easy.
     
  2. Ease of Connectivity 
    With web conferencing, there is no need for expensive overhead projectors or other equipment.  An internet connection and a device with webcam and microphone are all that’s needed for connectivity.  Most people already have this standard equipment so there is no capital investment required.
     
  3. Increased Engagement
    Putting a face to the people involved inspires a team environment and increases engagement.  Despite working out of a traditional office environment, people that feel part of a team and are actively engaged tend to produce at much higher rates than those that are totally isolated.

    Being able to see non-verbal cues leads to better understanding of what’s being communicated and leads to less misunderstanding than typical messaging formats can.  Web conferencing also inspires remote workers to engage on a more personal level and become more interactive which will increase productivity.
     
  4. Cost Savings
    When requiring collaboration on projects, web conferencing offers travel-free meetings.  The cost benefit to the employer in travel alone is incredible.  Add to that the time saved and the return on investment is ten-fold.
     
  5. Increased Productivity
    Employees that work remotely are almost always more productive than those who work in a restrictive office environment.  Adding web conferencing services adds an element of accountability to the equation and encourages even higher productivity.  When people are part of a team and their collaboration is necessary for the team’s success, regular meetings are a way to make sure everyone is progressing well towards the common goal.
     
  6. Recording Capabilities
    With the right web conferencing service, you can record the meetings you’ve held for future reference.  This can be an invaluable resource for training purposes, client interaction and employee skill building.  It is also a handy service to rely on in the case of accountability issues, and ensuring your employees are working productively. 

 


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Time: Saturday, June 1, 2013

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