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DFW MultiMedia Deploys MegaMeeting.com's Web-based Video Conferencing Platform

June 06, 2011

Dallas, Texas-based DFW MultiMedia has deployed MegaMeeting.com’s Web-based video conferencing platform to conduct video conferences for administration departments and sales meetings.

DFW MultiMedia, which specializes in court reporting and video production, provides state-of-the-art video reproductions of the litigation process. The company was looking for a way to streamline the process.

The deployment of MegaMeeting.com’s platform has not only saved money in travel expenses, but also has reduced aggravation and prevented loss of company time due to travel, according to company officials.

The videotaping of depositions for law firms is of the services offered by DFW MultiMedia. With the help of MegaMeeting.com service, DFW employees can now travel to one location to shoot the deposition, while attorneys in remote locations video conference in and ask questions of the witness, without actually having to physically be present.

Calling the MegaMeeting.com experience “a real positive one” for the company, Kevin Slayter, owner of DFW Multimedia, said “Our clients are impressed with the abilities we have using video conferencing and the personalized appearance within our Web domain.”

MegaMeeting.com is a provider of 100-percent browser-based Web and video conferencing solutions -- complete with real time audio and video capabilities. Being browser-based and working on all major operating systems -- Windows, Mac & Linux -- MegaMeeting.com provides universal access without the need to download, install or configure software. The company’s Web conferencing products and services include collaboration tools that accommodate robust video and web conferences.

Recently, Dimalanta Clark turned to MegaMeeting.com to help increase company-wide productivity and unite remote offices throughout their legal practice.

Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf