While the internet is a fast and convenient way to connect in your
business, it lacks that personal element that builds strong
relationships. Video conferencing could be the solution. Steve
Krasnick checks in with Rich to talk about the equipment you need and
shares why this is an inexpensive way to take your business to the next
Customers like to put a face to the voice they
hear on the phone. Employees feel more confident when the people to
whom they are reporting seem close by. With a webcam, a PC, and some
software, any personal computer or home office can be equipped with
conferencing capabilities. You can hook up the computer you have with a
webcam for under $100. Then, there are many software programs that talk
the user through the steps. There are even ways to convert your
television into a video conferencing system.
Here’s what you need:
- A PC with video capabilities
- A high-speed Internet connection
- A webcam
- Video software
- A person to talk to!
see or not to see? The answer is clear. Face-to-face relationships are
the cornerstone of a successful business and video conferencing brings
it into view.