A Quick Run Down Of Conference Calls
A typical audio conference call is simply a telephone call but with a difference. With conference calls many can join in the conversation or listen in.
Hence why it's called a conference call. You've got total control over who can join in and who can listen in on the meeting. If you own a large franchise
and needed to update all branches at once without getting interrupted. Just one example of why you may need such a control.
Conference calls are often referred to as an ATC, which stands for Audio Tele-Conference. These services are usually used in businesses who
operate multiple branches all over the country or the world. With conference call services people can oversee issues in all departments all over the
world and you can communicate efficiently. You're also able to remain in contact with all required co-workers without having to phone everyone
separately. This will help to save time and perhaps most importantly, save money.
So I have gone through how a conference call works. Now I am going to explain about what different service there are available. Starting with the
favoured choice for larger corporations, the Conference Bridge. Conference Bridges are basically a private telecommunication network installed
This enables all departments within a company to contact one-another whenever it is necessary for free. However it'll still cost money to make outside
calls. And you also have the most profitable feature. The conference call service. With conference bridges set-up you can host meetings with people
all over the world, minimising travel and accommodation costs. A conference bridge is a highly technical service and it requires specialist operators to
keep things running. Operators will want paying and are needed full time. All of the equipment, installation and maintenance are not very cheap either.
Conference bridges can save lots of money when you look at the bigger picture but you need a considerable amount of money to purchase them. This
explains why usually