It might not be Olympic Gold. But at FreeConferenceCall.com, the highest caliber of recognition is the business equivalent of being up on that podium, eyes shining and hand pressed to the heart. In other words, FreeConferenceCall.com is thrilled to have won a Gold Stevie® Award in the Customer Service Department of the Year in Telecom at The 14th Annual American Business AwardsTM.
From June 8-10, FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™ will be in Las Vegas at InfoComm 2016, the largest show in the U.S. for commercial AV solutions and the locus of cutting-edge audiovisual technology trends and products. We’ll be rubbing elbows with other industry thought leaders as well as 40,000 AV-industry peers from 108+ countries.
The days of remembering long access codes to enter a conference call are finally over!
We are thrilled to introduce One Number by FreeConferenceCall.com. Joining a conference call is now easier than ever. We created this service so that no access codes are needed to host or join. Plus, the host will receive text notifications the minute the first caller joins the conference.
By Brad Dupee, SVP Business Markets, FreeConferenceCall.com For Business
You may have thought that 2016 was the Year of the Monkey — and you’d be right — if you didn’t have the opportunity to attend last week’s Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando, Fla. Yet as FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™ or any other event-goer could tell you, we are now living in the “Year of the Cloud”.
A new white paper by analyst firm Frost & Sullivan entitled, “Collaboration Reimagined: Enterprise-grade Conferencing without Breaking the Bank,” is challenging the IT habit of sticking with legacy enterprise conferencing solution providers in a new world of user-led solutions. With an estimated 80 percent of workers using SaaS applications that are not approved by IT, the Bring-Your-Own-Application (BYOA) trend — which includes audio, web and video conferencing service — is leading to big changes.