Audio conference call services let you connect with two or more people instantly via a dedicated phone number and access code. Also known as teleconferencing, it remains a staple of the conferencing industry and continues to be the most utilized and sold service to date.
If your organization is not currently using conference call services, then here are some general ideas on how our clients have used these services in the past.
Mergers and Acquisitions
A client recently merged with a competitor and they hold weekly conference calls every Monday to discuss updates and help transitioning over to new computerized systems.
A client holds a monthly financial update for shareholders and interested parties to discuss news and market forecasting.
A client has a daily sales presentation a via conference call presenting product information in the pharma industry.
A medium-sized company with six offices across Canada has daily sales update conference calls with their salespeople located in the six different cities to review sales figures.
A multi-level marketing company holds recruitment drives via audio conferencing by uniting prospective independent business owners together.
A support group offers free weekly conference calls for caregivers and families who have been touched by cancer.
A church conducts weekly prayer meetings by telephone conference to help build lasting relationships with their congregation.
Religious broadcaster and organization conducts a conference call every month to coordinate fundraising and discuss other issues of interest.
These are just some examples of the day to day uses for audio conference calling that are possible. An audio conference call essentially helps connect individuals who are physically separated in a very efficient manner.
If your organization is looking for a way to save money and become more efficient in your work flow, then consider a conference call as a better alternative.