Your virtual meeting participants don’t all speak a common language. You want to engage simultaneous interpreters (just like at the United Nations) and enable each individual to listen and talk in their preferred language. The most important thing is that the language barrier doesn’t impede the flow of information.
You host “virtual events” with one or a few presenters and an audience of dozens or hundreds; it could be an investor meeting, product announcement or internal all-hands. You want to produce the event with your own team, perhaps in conjunction with another web-conferencing/streaming tool. You need global telephone connectivity for your presenters and some or all of the audience.
These telephonic meetings are your product. You need to connect clients with experts, or instructors with students – anywhere in the world. You need branding and customization. Functionality is dictated by specific roles, such as compliance officer or focus group observer. Some meetings require recordings and/or verbatim transcripts.
Whether it’s a 15-minute daily stand-up call or a two-hour monthly board-of-directors meeting, you need it to be productive, efficient and convenient for participants joining from their desks or mobile phones. Only those invited should have access to the call; you want visibility to who’s present and who’s not, and an attendance record after the meeting.
At ZipDX we are passionate about helping people have a better conference calling experience. ZipDX provides innovative solutions to the challenges faced by real companies that need more from a conference service.