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In an effort to streamline and simplify its video conferences, Equifax has enlisted the help of PGi’s iMeet conferencing solution.
As one of the largest U.S. credit agencies with more than 7,000 employees in 15 countries throughout North America, Latin America and Europe, online meetings are inevitable. Moreover, because Equifax has a long-standing reputation for delivering innovation and industry-leading solutions to its clients, there were a number of elements involved when it came to selecting an online video conference provider, including:
- Support, reliability and security – With such a large number of employees located in varying time zones, 24/7 support, reliability and security is a must
- Compatibility – It was imperative that the new solution would not conflict with Equifax’s existing global IT network
- User-friendliness – In order to ensure maximum adoption and usage by its end users, the solution needed to
Meeting attendees around the world can now collectively breathe a sigh of relief – crowding around a single computer screen during a meeting has become a thing of the past! While it is possible (yet uncomfortable) to get work done that way, thankfully modern technology has come to the rescue.
Today’s audio conferencing and web conferencing services now allow everyone on your team to interact and collaborate with each other in real time – whether they are two doors down the hall, two cities across town, or thousands of miles across the globe in Timbuktu.
Both audio conferencing and web conferencing offer a comprehensive range of features that vary with the provider you select for your business.
Typical audio conferencing features include (but are not limited to):
- 24/7 operator assistance
- Keypad shortcuts with dial-out access
- Individual passcodes for both the host and attendees
- Optional security codes
The down-turn in the real estate market has left realtors searching for ways to stand out among the sea of more than half of a million realtors in the United States. As a result, realtors lead the nation in adopting new media and virtual technology, and – with the help of services like PGi iMeet – are beginning to create digital, face-to-face relationships to expand their business.
Today, blogs (not unlike the one you are reading right now), social media and video websites provide people everywhere a chance to brand themselves – which can be an excellent opportunity for professionals in any industry. According to the National Association of Realtors, just fewer than 75% of prospective home buyers begin their research on the Internet via various websites and search engines. Google, Facebook, and YouTube are all very popular. To put it into perspective, Yahoo offers 605,000,000 options for “houses for Read More»