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June 18, 2012

Global Conferencing Solutions Unveils Improved Assortment of Services

By Carolyn J Dawson
TMCnet Contributor

Global Conferencing Solutions recently announced its newly improved portfolio of teleconferencing offerings. An assortment of corporate requirements, ranging from unplanned conference calls to planned company-wide meetings and web-based meetings and webinars, can now be fulfilled by Global Conferencing Solutions’ phone- and web-based communications offerings. These solutions are currently available at the company’s recently redesigned website.

Businesses can organize conference calls at the spur of the moment with the GCS Reservationless Audio Conferencing solution from Global Conferencing Solutions. Meetings, which can be held without any help from the operator, can be convened with this system. Larger groups can also participate in Reservationless conference calls by utilizing Global Conferencing Solutions' real-time support, which is available at all times of the day and year, and strong assortment of features.

A suitable star-based menu is offered by the Reservationless product, thereby allowing simplified moderation, incorporation with Outlook, ITFS and ITL global access numbers, and free of cost PowerPoint functionality. A personal dial-in number for international callers can also be set up by users, thereby allowing toll free conference calling.

Businesses, which have at least 20 callers involved in repeated group meetings, will find the GCS (News - Alert) Operator Assisted Conferencing ideal. The solution offers particular features like recording and transcription services, Q&A support, and personal operator assistance for welcoming callers as they dial in.

The features of the Internet are utilized by Global Conferencing Solutions in online conferencing in order to make web-based meetings more valuable. Most of the popular Web conferencing products like WebEx Meeting Center, Adobe (News - Alert) Connect, and Microsoft LiveMeeting are compatible with the conference calling provider. Customers involved in hosting web-based webinars and carrying out creative web-based meetings will find the Web conference offerings from GCS ideal.

Multiple applications can now be supported by Global Conferencing Solutions' WebEx teleconferencing joint venture for an extensive range of purposes. Users can share documents and presentations, web-based content, and computer desktops across the Web using WebEx, thereby promoting an interactive environment for all participants.

Numerous limited-time specials have been introduced by Global Conferencing Solutions to promote its audio and Web conferencing offerings at its website. A promotional fee of $0.29/minute is currently being offered by Global Conferencing Solutions.

Edited by Brooke Neuman


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