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HD Audio for Enterprise: End Audio Exhaustion

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Despite being the most common and cost-effective way for companies to drive decisions and come to consensus, conference calls are sometimes tagged with a bad rap in the business environment. The ability to pick up a phone and contact multiple team members at once enables groups to make decisions quickly and easily. So why are they reviled in the enterprise? Many times call participants are difficult to hear; there is static, multiple accented voices, quiet speakers. This can contribute to audio strain and fatigue – that feeling of exhaustion upon hanging up the phone. High definition audio can eliminate those issues, adding clarity and ease along with relieving taxing auditory stress. Click above to hear the difference!

 

How can you incorporate HD audio into your enterprise’s collaboration offerings? Compunetix has decades of expertise in the unified collaboration marketplace and offers two conferencing systems that can upgrade your conferences to HD. Contact us to learn more: csdsales@compunetix.com.

 

Not ready to purchase an in-house conferencing system? Chorus Call offers HD audio in a managed service environment. Click here to learn more.

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