The uncertainty COVID-19 is causing has reached the far corners of the world. It is creating insecurity in our daily lives and creating turbulence across world markets. Small and medium businesses need to move quickly to an agile agenda to keep their wheels of income moving, this includes asking employees to work from home.
Never before in history has business connectivity been more necessary on such a large scale. Australian-owned and operated Express Virtual Meetings – a 20-year veteran of the virtual conferencing industry – is doing its bit to keep the local economy moving by continuing to provide locally built and supported video and audio-conferencing services to Australian businesses.
Video conferencing will be an important vehicle over the coming weeks and months to facilitate business-as-usual operations. As more and more local businesses implement ‘working from home’ (WFH) policies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, they are rushing for a fast, affordable and reliable solution for their remote or self-isolating workforce.
Express Virtual Meetings understands this and is offering all Australian businesses three months of free video conferencing using their proprietary platform, vmeet.express.
More and more local businesses are implementing ‘working from home’ (WFH) policies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We have seen an unprecedented rise in demand for virtual conferencing over the last few weeks,” Andrea Goding, General Manager for Express Virtual Meetings said. “At a time when global conferencing providers are finding the increase in demand challenging, causing connectivity issues for their customers’ worldwide, we have found local businesses are desperately looking for alternatives. We are solving these challenges for our Aussie mates.”
Express Virtual Meetings’ intuitive, no-fuss, video conferencing solution is completely mobile and accessible via a web link. Participants can see and hear each other and share screens – facilitating a collaborative workspace for projects, presentations and the sharing of videos.
vmeet.express enables businesses to hold a
video conference with up to 20 participants
from anywhere in the world.
There is nothing to download, not even for the meeting host. Apart from a reliable internet connection, no special equipment or a purpose-built-video room is required.
“Express Virtual Meetings have been in the virtual conferencing business for over two decades. Unlike other video conferencing services, our solution was built by the in-house development team at MNF Group headquarters in Sydney,” Goding said. “It is an Australian product built by an Australian company with 24×7 phone support – also based in Australia.”
Express Virtual Meetings’ offer includes one set of unique conferencing access codes with unlimited video conferences using vmeet.express.
vmeet.express enables businesses to hold a video conference with up to 20 participants from anywhere in the world. All that’s required is an internet connection, a computer or mobile device. Conferences can be recorded and the service has unlimited cloud storage for the free recordings.