Category Archives: Business Conference Calls

FreeConferenceCall.com For Business Heads to Enterprise Connect with Big Giveaway

It’s that time again, folks — Enterprise Connect is right around the corner, and FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™ will be there. This year, we’re excited to be upping our giveaway game with two StartMeeting® | Room “License for Life” packages.

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December Heat Wave: FreeConferenceCall.com Named 2016 Hot Vendor in Audio Conferencing

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By Brandon Klein

In my line of work, engaging with enterprises about conferencing solutions, I’ve grown very accustomed to raised eyebrows. Usually, it happens when people find out about the all-important bottom line.

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Blurring the Lines: User-Driven Value in the Enterprise Conferencing and Collaboration Space

By Jill Huselton

Trend-watchers like analyst Dave Michels have called it: Enterprise communications and collaboration clearly are moving toward messaging and social models found in consumer apps. In the consumerization of IT, services such as Slack and Cisco Spark are increasingly turning to the streamlined tools and UI elements found in consumer social services to promote sharing and collaboration.

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2 Steps to Improving Participation on Your Next Business Conference Call

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Corporations increasingly understand that groups tend to innovate faster, recognize mistakes more efficiently and identify better solutions to problems. Tapping into these collaboration benefits requires that we ensure universal participation during business conference calls. So how do we get the level of participation we need? Remember, if your team members don’t participate, they can’t add value.

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Busted: Five Common Myths about Free (and Low Cost) Business Services

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Busted: Five Common Myths about Free (and Low Cost) Business Services

By Scott Southron, Chief Financial Officer at FreeConferenceCall.com

Recent advances in software and connectivity have finally made it possible for mission-critical business services to be delivered at much lower costs. So why is that so many businesses continue to pay way too much? It could be the fear, uncertainty and doubt fomented in the market by more expensive competitors hoping to protect their margins.

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