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January 31, 2011

Conference Call Solutions Bridging the Gap in Long-Distance Relationships

By Jaclyn Allard, TMCnet Web Editor

Are you suffering from the billions of miles blues? With Valentine’s day around the corner, many have their relationships on their mind and for some who share more kilometers than communication with their loved one, a solution may need to be found to bridge the gap. I’m not just talking about your BF or your GF, long-distance relationships are hard on business partners and corporate branches too, and whether it’s your boyfriend or branch manager, Eagle Conferencing can help your long-distance demands with its conference call solutions: Audio Conferencing, Video Conferencing, Web Conferencing.

The first problem a long distance relationship may suffer is lack of personal space. Although the people involved are not physically with each other, the distance causes continuous calling or contacting. You want to stay in touch all the time, taking a toll on trust, but you need to provide personal space no matter the physical distance. Eagle Conferencing’s Video Conference Call Solution can provide long distance partners with personal space and live interaction. You’ll find that this multi-location solution allows you to have that face-to-face connectivity, building a better bond and better trust, so you won’t feel the urge to keep in constant contact – no more busy-body bosses or bothersome boyfriends.

The second problem is in the question of settling down. Many long distance relationships continue because there is the hope of settling down in the future, but as young lovebirds know money is essential, especially if wedding bells and a move are in store for the future. On the other hand, businesses are always looking to cut costs so that branches won’t have to move or close. The solution for both of these long-distance needs is Eagle Conferencing’s Audio Conference Call Solution. Whether you’re connecting two sites or 200, its expert audio technicians will help you schedule, coordinate and conduct successful end-to-end conferences with ease, flexibility and cost-effective means.

The third problem which seems to plague many relationships, but something that Eagle Conferencing successfully tackles, is communication. You may start hiding things in the fear of hurting the other or to prevent doubts. This creates a gap which later results in silence. However, transparency, whether in personal or business relationships, keeps the love and partnership alive, healthy and strong. Over the years our physical and business environment has evolved, making it increasingly difficult to manage time and relationships effectively and efficiently. Therefore, it is no surprise that the market for communication conferencing services is continuing to grow rapidly worldwide. Let Eagle Conferencing help your relationship, bridging the gap between you and those who are important in your everyday life.

TMC’s (News - Alert) Tammy Wolf recently reported on conference call etiquette, which is necessary in keeping your communication on target. Many of us have taken part in a conference call, whether it’s for a meeting, presentation, or just a casual conversation among colleagues. Luckily, conferencing solutions provider Eagle Conferencing brings new and innovative ways to the table for today's competitive business environments and organizations to get the most of their meetings. So, before your next conferencing experience, read up on the latest tips provided by InterCall (News - Alert) University to get the most of your meetings, as well as how Eagle Conferencing can help you and your colleagues avoid potential issues before your meeting begins.


Jaclyn Allard is a TMCnet copy editor. She most recently worked on the production team at Juran Institute, a quality consulting firm producing its own training and marketing materials. Previously, she interned at Curbstone Press, a nonprofit publishing press in Willimantic, CT, and fulfilled the role of Editor-in-Chief for the literature and arts journal published by the University of Connecticut. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jaclyn Allard

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