Audio & Video Conferencing

Audio Conferencing


Some meetings can be conducted with an audio conference, which is an easy and spontaneous way to meet. It has a lot of advantages such as time and cost savings as well travel time. Audio conferencing lets you communicate verbally with three or more people who are geographically dispersed.

Enterprises commonly uses audio  conference calls daily to meet with remote parties, both internally and outside of their company for client meetings , sales updates, project updates, regular team meetings, training classes and communication to employees who work in different locations. Conference calling is viewed as a primary means of cutting travel costs and allowing workers to be more productive by not having to go out-of-office for meetings.

It is essential to have top-quality sound for efficient and confusion free meetings. A regular speaker phone can’t provide that. It doesn’t allow speech in both directions like a conference phone with Full Duplex does and the microphone range is very often poor which can result in loss of interest.

We provide crystal clear audio conferencing solutions and you enjoy a ffast ROI – a conference phone pays for itself with your first skipped business trip.

Video Conferencing


The enterprises need to move faster than ever and adapt to changing environment. It is important for geographically dispersed teams to collaborate with each other to achieve organizational objectives. The need is to interact more often with clients and partner face to face. The time and cost involved in travelling from one place to another is a major challenge for having face to face meetings.  Video conferencing   allows to have real-time, face-to-face interactions amongst  teams, customers, suppliers available at various locations.

Videoconferencing can be conducted using web camera, videophone,  videoconferencing systems and telepresence.
Videoconferencing systems – midrange cost, usually utilizing multipoint control units or other bridging services to allow multiple parties on a videoconference calls. Quality of service can vary from moderate to high.

Telepresence systems – highest capabilities and highest cost. Full high-end systems can involve specially built teleconference rooms to allow expansive views with very high levels of audio and video fidelity, to permit an 'immersive' videoconference. When the proper type and capacity transmission lines are provided between facilities, the quality of service reaches state-of-the-art levels.

We  understands the collaboration needs and expectations of customer and offer appropriate conferencing solutions.