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Make Audio Conferences Easier to Manage with ReadyTalk Event Call Director

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
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Anyone who has managed a large audio conference in the past knows that it’s a big job!  The pressure can be even greater for a high-profile conference or investor call. Through ReadyTalk's web interface, there are several options to help make your conference as seamless as possible (for both the chairperson and their participants).  But what if you need another level of control? That’s where ReadyTalk Event Call Director comes in.

So what can our customers do with this add-on service? Here’s the lowdown on ReadyTalk Event Call Director:


  • Take advantage of the VIP Queue: Make sure the most important people on your call get their questions asked. And answered. First.

  • Keep tabs on status updates: Know if each participant is present, left the call, or is yet to join, all in real-time.

  • No extra lines needed to talk to your operator: Use the integrated online chat tool during the conference to privately coordinate call logistics

  • Know who RSVP’ed ‘YES’ to your event, and who actually made it to the party (or your conference): You’ll get a detailed report to be more prepared and targeted when you follow-up with your attendees


Give it a try! Contact your ReadyTalk account representative and add on the Event Call Director service to any premium operator-assisted call.

 

 

Beth is a Product Marketing Manager and works with our customers to understand their needs as they relate to event services and our conference center, which is used to setup the details of our clients' upcoming meetings. Outside of the office, Beth loves to spend time with family and friends, cook, and hit the slopes.

 


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