In-House Conference Bridges Grow in Popularity
Due to the spiraling costs associated with teleconferencing, organizations are looking for new alternatives to meet growing demand. In-house conference bridges eliminate ongoing fees and boost productivity.Milwaukee, WI July 24, 2012 Telecom & Data, a leader in teleconferencing products, has seen in-house conferencing bridges flourish in popularity. Growing demand to use teleconferencing for client meetings, sales presentations, team meetings, quarterly reports, and webinars have motivated businesses to seek lower cost conferencing solutions. By owning an in-house platform, users eliminate the per-use fees associated with subscription based services. According to Sonexis, a leading provider of in-house conferencing solutions, users have reported savings as high as 80%.
Another benefit of in-house conference bridges is enhanced security. Often very sensitive and confidential issues are discussed in corporate teleconferencing meetings. An in-house conferencing system can be installed behind the corporate firewall where it will be protected from viruses and other invasions. With an external service provider, documents are usually transferred to the outside provider while the conference. Accordingly, this material is exposed outside the corporate network and becomes vulnerable.
Sonexis Conference Manger is used by more small and medium sized businesses than any other in-house bridge on the market. The product’s ease of use and adaptability has made the product a favorite in the industry. Users simply plug Conference Manger into their voice or data network and within minutes the company can schedule, launch, and record conferences. Popular applications provide the interfaces that make Conference Manger accommodating for any user. The device is typically installed within one hour and scales easily from 12 to 1,000 ports of audio and 5 to 1,000 seats of Web. With the bridge’s unequalled design, businesses can always add more features, users, or protocols.
Ricardo Trinidad, President of Telcom & Data, said, “Our company motto is ‘improving your business through telecom’. Offering in-house conferencing platforms is a perfect fit for our business. They pay for themselves within months of use. This is specifically what we want for our clients.”
ABOUT Telcom & Data: Since 1996 Telcom & Data has been providing thousands of telecommunication solutions to organizations around the world to measurably improve communications. The company is a leader in web, video, and telephone conferencing. Telcom & Data maintains a network of over 1500 technicians with locations in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Miami.
ABOUT Sonexis Research: Sonexis is a leading provider of in-house audio and web conferencing platforms for the enterprise. Sonexis Conference Manager has set new standards for ease of use and security. Designed to work within existing voice and data networks, hundreds of leading organizations have deployed Sonexis Conference Manager with minimal cost, effort or administration. A subsidiary of Compunetix with headquarters in Monroeville, PA and a innovation center in Tewksbury, MA, Sonexis can be reached at 888-4SONEXIS.
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