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Trouble With Business Communication. Please Help!

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#1 joana77


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Posted 06 November 2007 - 11:19 PM

Hi all,
Iím running a nationalized business since one year and I have sixteen branches in different countries. I spend a huge amount of my income on my business communication. Even after spending this large amount, the results are not satisfactory. I want to reduce my communication cost, without affecting the proper way to communicate, and sharing all things among my branches. Can someone guide me how I can enhance the communication system in my business. Thanks!

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#2 jgweed


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Posted 06 November 2007 - 11:48 PM

It might help if you could help us understand the communication solutions you are now using for the various types of internal exchanges within the company. What are the shortcomings of your current business communication processes? Do you have hardware constraints?
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#3 jeremy87


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Posted 08 November 2007 - 02:40 AM

I think you should have your own conferencing system. Web conferencing could prove an important business tool for you. In fact, you could invite a group of people to a virtual conference room to collaborate in real time, share applications, chat and do other things when face-to-face is not feasible.

You can get your own web conferencing system from RHUB Communications. In addition to web conferencing, you can get several other features such as file transfer and PC remote control. If you want your audience to only view your presentation (and not participate) they don't have to download anything and can view your presentation in any web browser. I've used other web conferencing tools and have been limited in which browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox -I could use.

Hope this will solve your problem. Best of luck!

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