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Revolutionizing the Almighty Quarterly Update or Year-end Meeting
January 24, 2014 @ 10:21 AM | By Sarah Murphy


If your company does business from more than one office, it is important to make everyone feel like an invaluable piece of a bigger puzzle. A loyal workforce is one in which each member feels valued and informed. But how is it possible to gather all those people in one room for a year-end meeting or quarterly update without breaking the bank?

While such a thing may sound impossible, that is far from the case. Through today’s conferencing services, remote teams, divisions or the whole organization can gather together on a single conference call. Using audio, video or the web they can connect from multiple locations simultaneously, discuss current issues and ideas and get a feel for where the company is headed. Through the web, it is also possible to share documents, budgets and revenue projections—key for fostering strong employee relations and establishing clear goals for the year or quarter ahead.

Should the need arise, the larger gathering may also break into smaller groups—perhaps by region, product or area of expertise. What a wonderful way to kill two birds with one stone, all while saving thousands on travel expenses and having to carve just one chunk of time out of busy schedules.

To learn more about how InterCall can help bring your company together no matter how many offices is has, please click here.

Sarah MurphySarah Murphy is a marketing manager at InterCall. With over ten years of experience in the conferencing industry, Sarah has worked with customers and products that cover all segments of conferencing, including traditional operator attended services, video and online meeting solutions.

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