In the mobile age where remote workers are spread out around the world, it’s gotten more difficult to get everyone on the same page or in the same room. Schedules are loose, distractions are high, and projects are many. So, if your business relies on smooth communication and your workforce is vast and spread out, you could benefit greatly by utilizing audio conferencing for any and all meetings.
Here are some reasons why…
If you’re looking to get all the major players in the office for a meeting, that’s going to set you back a bit. Make room in your budget for other things by getting rid of flights, hotels, and food for all your travelers and instead set up a conference call where everyone can dial in regardless of location or professional attire. (Though we do recommend wearing pants.)
If your employees are remote or your vendors have multiple clients to attend to and it’s crucial to squeeze in 15 minutes, setting up an audio conference bridge is the easiest, most convenient method to meet when you’re wrestling with perhaps the most precious commodity in business: time. And besides that, everyone can simply jump on their phones and connect to a PIN-operated conference bridge in moments. It couldn’t be any easier.
Reliability and Security
With Phone.com’s audio conferencing tool, hundreds of participants are able to talk in HD wherever they are. Each participant will have to input a PIN number to access the call ensuring there won’t be anyone on the line that doesn’t belong.