Category Archives: Free Conference Calls

Featured Presentation at Enterprise Connect: Mission-Critical Technology at Disruptive Prices

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We’re excited for the upcoming premiere of Enterprise Connect. This event brings together the Who’s Who in Unified Communications to showcase the latest trends and most innovative services.

That’s why FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™ will be there — rolling out the red carpet. We’ve got the hottest ticket in town: high-quality, reliable conferencing and collaboration platforms at disruptive prices. Read More...

Deconstructing Telecom Trends for 2016: The Making or Breaking of Network Operators

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In the rapidly evolving telecommunications industry, it’s critical to deconstruct the jargon and get the meat off the bone in order to stay up with the latest trends. Otherwise, you’ll drown in acronym-laden forecasts. That’s why I’m biting off a chunk by focusing on three key trends that are dominating the industry: security, integration and partnerships. Read More...

🏈 Score Game Day Recipes Like A Champ: Super Bowl Party Recipe Hotline 🏈

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No matter who you root for, everybody loves Super Bowl Sunday. It’s a time for friends to gather, cheer on the teams, and of course, eat fantastic game-day food. No matter what your favorite fare — chili, finger foods, sandwiches — you’ll find the best recipes on our Game Day Hotline. Start with scoring the best in dips — including super easy slow cooker versions — as well as our hearty chili, a favorite at football parties. Read More...

Are You Using the Highest Rated Conferencing Software?

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By Bob Wise, President at FreeConferenceCall.com

Communication is the lifeblood of any business. The statistics are staggering: 69% of people in large organizations using conferencing on a weekly basis and 22% are using it daily, according to a recent survey by Wainhouse Research. With mobile workforces becoming more commonplace, choosing the best technology to connect your employees is crucial. Conferencing can help win new customers and keep projects on task, so there’s no room to tolerate poor quality or unreliable services. Read More...

Don’t Let the Name Fool You: Some Great Services Don’t Cost a Thing

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By Brad Dupee, Executive Vice President Business Markets, FreeConferenceCall.com for Business

For the last 10 years I have lead sales organizations, both large and small. Each was tasked with generating B2B revenue in the Unified Communications industry. During that time, it was common for these companies to create fear, uncertainty and doubt about the services provided by our competition. I even trained my teams to go particularly hard against up-and-coming players that provided free or low-cost services. We were very effective at creating an impression that the services provided by these players were second rate and could not possibly be as reliable, secure or as high-quality as required for big corporations to even consider. At the time, I couldn’t possibly have realized that towing this competitive line would serve to create one of my biggest career challenges yet. Read More...

Rules of Technology: Small Companies Often Beat the Big Ones

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By Bob Wise, President FreeConferenceCall.com

In direct contrast to the so called “Law of the Jungle”, where size rules the day, Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer and entrepreneurship expert Mark Leslie recently published what he calls “Leslie’s Law”, proving that in the tech sector “small fish (almost always) eat big fish”. Leslie’s theory follows the relentless upmarket trajectory of start-ups and new technologies that erode market share from larger competitors until the “behemoths of the sector are forced to retreat back into a narrowing market niche.” Read More...