Business video conferencing systems let you hold collaborative conversations or meetings with your business partners, staff, and/or clients remotely. The market offers an array of systems, making it hard to cherry-pick the best from the rest.
On that account, we have scrutinized the top 3 systems to help you invest in one that would make the most sense for your business.
The ClickMeeting video conferencing system is ideal for large companies that are looking for a system that can accommodate a large number of participants. It boasts of an easy-to-use dashboard for smooth operation, and a high-quality video and audio streaming capability.
- Supports audio and video recording
- 30-day free trial
- Offers monthly and annual contracts
- Customer support available from Monday to Friday, 3 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Collects webinar statistics
- Can support up to 5000 participants
- Available in a basic plan which costs $25, and custom tailored enterprise package
which costs $165 a month
Join.me is an easy-to-use video conferencing system designed for small to medium-sized businesses. The system supports video and audio recording, webinar rebranding, screen sharing, and other features that would improve your business’ video conferencing.
- 14-day free trial
- Monthly and annual contracts
- Customer support available from Sunday to Friday, 7.30 a.m. – 8.30 p.m.
- Supports mobile device access
- Can accommodate up to 250 participants
- Costs $20
3. Skype for Businesses
The Skype for Business video conferencing system is an ideal option for small businesses that are on a budget. Despite the pocket-friendly price, the system supports webinar recordings and screen sharing capabilities for convenient conferencing.
- 30-day free trial
- Offers monthly or annual contracts
- Supports mobile access
- Customer support available from Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Costs around $5 /user per month
Factors to Consider When Looking for Business Video Conferencing Systems
Number of participants
Diverse video conferencing systems support a different number of participants. For instance, some can only support a handful of participants while others can support an unlimited number of users. For that reason, you should look around for a system that would comfortably accommodate the number of participants you intend to host.
Video and audio recording
If you wish to save the audio or video from your conference, invest in a conferencing system that will let you record quality audio or video.
As a rule of thumb, you should only invest in a system whose reliable and professional team will respond promptly whenever you need their help. Steer clear from service providers with unprofessional customer support teams since they may inconvenience you.
You may also want to invest in easy-to-use business video conferencing systems that support screen sharing, as well as the integration of third-party applications.
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