ReadyTalk, one of the leading companies providing audio and web conferencing services, recently announced that it will be providing 30 days of free conferencing as part of Telework Week (February 14 to 18). With the move, ReadyTalk (News - Alert) wants to encourage adoption of teleworking this week.
With more and more government agencies looking to implement audio and web conferencing technology for telecommuting, interoffice collaboration and training, ReadyTalk is trying to increase its presence in the government market.
"Agencies need a product that they can put in the hands of their employees and feel confident that everyone will be able to use it and that meetings will be secure," said John Andrews, director of government business development for ReadyTalk, in a press release. "ReadyTalk addresses that need with audio and web conferencing tools that don't require a download or IT installation and are intuitive to use."
Meeting the requirements of government agencies with precision, ReadyTalk's suite of conferencing products are capable of handling collaborative working meetings between colleagues and large-scale agency-wide training events. ReadyTalk's integrated audio conferencing makes it easy for participants from across the country and across the world to participate in the meetings.
"This is a great tool to reach customers and resource partners. We have found it extremely beneficial to our office for training endeavors. It allows us to reach out to multiple audiences without expending major travel funds," said Laura Cawley, business development specialist at the Small Business Administration, in a statement.
Reasonably priced, these solutions can be bought on a per minute, subscription and package basis. Government agencies can purchase ReadyTalk's services directly from GSA (News - Alert) Advantage (GSA contract number GS-35F-0084X).
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Edited by Jennifer Russell