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3 types of operator-assisted conferencing [Infographic]

 A useful alternative to the instant, do-it-yourself conference call, operator-assisted conferencing can help manage large-scale intercity, interstate or international board meetings, team updates, talent interviews with media, or complex shareholder events. 
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Since there is no need for sharing dial-in and access codes or meeting IDs, the threat to conference security is diminished and the likelihood of all participants attending is significantly increased with the use of an operator-assisted service.

By enlisting a dedicated operator to be the backbone of proceedings, you gain complete control and visibility of who attends your meeting.

You won't believe how easy it is to organise an operator-assisted conference call. Operator-assisted conference services are so good, you may never do-it-yourself again.

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