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Video conferencing allows people at two or more locations to interact through two-way transmission at the same time. Video conferencing is also known as video teleconferencing or visual collaboration. Users require a computer, web cam, microphone, and a broadband connection to participate in videoconference. They can generate natural conversations by seeing and hearing each other.Published: 7-Dec-2012
Let's say it, training for new employees is usually done "on the go", while their performance takes its time to show. Moreover, 80% of the accumulated knowledge of an enterprise is in the mind of its personnel and this knowledge leaves when the employee does. Consequently, the knowledge management and the sharing of the best practices are the major concerns of the continuing training and the coaching. This is the real challenge of the learning process in which participation is key.Published:28-Apr-2012
The quality of the service is an essential condition to guarantee the clientele's satisfaction, deserve their loyalty and get references. This concerns the employees along with the partners of the distribution network. The service might be offered directly by an agent from the assistance center (Help Desk) or in free-service accessible 24 hours a day.Published:20-Apr-2012
The eSales is applicable to several stages of the sales process: in prospecting while in a WEBinar, in the occasion of a presentation, preparing a submission, the review of a proposition , the negociation of a contract and lastily for the coordination of a project and the client's satisfaction follow up. In the last case, we refer to is correct to call eMeeting. It is also a wonderful tool for commercial training for new representatives and partners in eLearning.Published:15-Apr-2012
Videoconferencing has been around since 1968 in various forms. Many of us received our first exposure to video conferencing by watching the NASA space missions. Learn how we use modern video conferencing systems for home and business needs.Published:18-Nov-2011
Try video conferencing over the Internet. All it takes is two computers, two desktop cameras and you're pretty much good to go.Published: 9-Jul-2005