As we get ready to ring in 2016, we are looking forward to a very exciting year for conferencing and collaboration. Before the hustle and bustle of the New Year begins, we wanted to reflect with a trip down memory lane to revisit a few of our favorite 2015 FreeConferenceCall.com highlights that are undoubtedly worth celebrating:
The National Association For Business Resources (NABR) has recognized FreeConferenceCall.com, the most recognized conferencing brand in the world, as one of the National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™.
This newly designed Online Meeting product features screen sharing and active speaker video technology, which focuses participant attention on one active presenter.
By Mercedes Bankston
The holidays are the time when many of us take stock of the opportunities we’ve had and think about those who might not be as fortunate. Lucky for me, FreeConferenceCall.com has a culture that supports giving back to our communities year round, so I’ve been able to donate my time and some company resources to volunteer with Girls In Tech.
FreeConferenceCall.com announces the opening of its annual “Santa’s Hotline”, making it easy for millions of children around the world to call in their holiday wishes to Santa. The hotline is an international voicemail line for children of all ages to leave messages for the North Pole at no charge. Callers across the globe may dial in to Santa’s Hotline at 1-319-527-2680.
Forward-thinking companies need to establish and maintain trust while working to establish a successful brand. Entrepreneur Magazine contributing writer Adam Toren recently reported on what he calls “the most challenging” business lesson.
Everyone loves getting something for free, and we love that USA Today reporter, Rhonda Abrams, chose FreeConferenceCall.com as the best free application for online conference calls and meetings in her recent story “8 Free Killer Small Business Apps.” In the recent story, Abrams highlights one top app for various business solutions – from building a solid business infrastructure to staying on top of customers’ birthdays. The article notes, “A few years ago, ‘free-mium’ was all the rage as the latest business model. During the economic downturn, online companies wanted to capture your business by enticing you with a certain level of service for free, in the hopes you’d upgrade to the ‘premium’ version. Today, there are fewer freebies, but you can still find many applications absolutely and continually free.”