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Why to use conference bridge - Cheena Shekhawat - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Why to use conference bridge

A business conference call is simple a telephone call involving three or more people. It allows people to meet at a prearranged time via telephone, or to resolve an urgent business issue that requires input of several individuals . Conference calling can be vital to the success of a business, as it can greatly facilitate business communications. It can be a great asset when decisions need to be made quickly or a matter needs immediate attention. 


Conference Bridge make use of telephone technology that is typically already in use at most firms. A dedicated phone line and audio equipment are all that is needed. The provider implements the conference bridge, and all that is required of the participants is that they dial into the bridge using a provided phone number and PIN. Conferencing using a reliable audio conference bridge takes advantage of the latest in secure technology. Sensitive data remains secure thanks to calling security.
 
Audio conferencing relies on a conference bridge to provide the software and hardware application designed to support simultaneous multiparty conferences. A conference bridge is typically a server that handles each individual audio stream for each party on the conference call. This feature was typical of a legacy PBX that handled each voice call circuit that attended the call. However today with VoIP the same features can now be readily obtained using VoIP and an IP PBX conference bridge. The conference bridge in this case can be a server, router or software application. IP PBX have brought audio and video conferencing to the SMB as there is no longer the requirement for very expensive conference bridges instead even small businesses can now operate audio conferencing on standard IP PBX servers.
 
A primary benefit of conference bridge is that it can save time and money. Employees who may be scattered throughout the country do not have to be in the same place to exchange information or ideas. This also saves the business in travel expenses, such as air transportation or gas mileage as well as hotel costs and meal expenses.
If business decisions need to be made quickly, a conference call can be set up in a matter of minutes, so that everyone can input the ideas and recommendations without having to leave their desk.
 
A meeting in person will require the expense of hiring a secretary to take the notes. With a call service, you will have tools at your disposal to record everything. The person organizing the conference call will have the tools to record the call and enable and mute callers plus much more. A conference bridge service will make holding a meeting very simple. Call services are much more cost-effective than a face to face meeting.
 
Audio conference solutions offered by experienced companies such as Data Projections can accommodate numerous participants on a single call. Simply put, staff, customers, and partners will be connected effortlessly, able to hear clearly and communicate ideas as if they were in the same room.
 
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