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One Mission Society: Moving Ahead with MegaMeeting.com Web-based Video Conferencing(May 04, 2011)
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 04, 2011
In the non-profit world, finding time and money to bring new members to one central location for training can be quite a task, especially when that organization operates on a global level. The technological advancements of today have made this task much easier to accomplish.
An example of this is One Mission Society. Headquartered in Greenwood, Indiana, One Mission Society is an evangelical, interdenominational faith-based mission focused on intentional evangelism, planting indigenous churches and training national leadership throughout the world. Looking for a way to provide their new members with top quality training, without asking them to travel to one centralized location, they have turned to MegaMeeting.com web-based video conferencing.
According to Greg Carlson, Director of Regional Ministries at One Mission Society, MegaMeeting has solved our need to meet when it was too complicated to get everyone in the same place. Currently, the training staff at One Mission Society holds five, three-week training classes throughout the year for new members of their organization. Choosing MegaMeeting.com because they offered the ability for multi-point video conferencing at an affordable price, One Mission Society has been able to provide their members with the same caliber of training as if they were all meeting face-to-face. Greg Carlson goes on to say, MegaMeeting.com web-based video conferencing has helped us take training to the web, where we actually achieve more than bringing everyone to our office location for training.
Holding online training through MegaMeeting.com has helped One Mission Society not only save money on travel and accommodation expenses, but it has also increased company-wide productivity as they now conduct training sessions over the internet without spending valuable time traveling.
Future use of MegaMeeting.com will include even more training programs, organizational-wide board meetings and coaching programs. MegaMeeting.com has provided the members of One Mission Society with many benefits. Speaking for their members, Greg Carlson stated, Our members are happy we offer training with tools that show we know meetings have moved to a new dimension. With MegaMeeting we are moving ahead.
MegaMeeting.com is a leading provider of 100% browser based web & video conferencing solutions, complete with real time audio and video capabilities. Being browser based and working on all major operating systems Windows, Mac & Linux; MegaMeeting.com provides universal access without the need to download, install or configure software. MegaMeeting.com web conferencing products and services include powerful collaboration tools that accommodate robust video & web conferences, including advanced features such as desktop/application sharing, i.e. Word and Excel documents and PowerPoint presentations without the need to upload any files. MegaMeeting is ideal for multi-location web based meetings, virtual classrooms, employee trainings, product demonstrations, company orientation, customer support, product launches and much more.
For more information please visit http://www.megameeting.com or call (818) 783-4311.
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