Meetupcall were the first conference call provider to offer conference call recording as standard, for no additional charge, on all our services. We have a large number of customers who find this service invaluable, but why should you use it? What are the benefits of recording your conference calls? Read on:
Of course, the first and most obvious reason to record your conference calls is that you can refer to discussions at a later date. In other words, if you believe that verbal agreements have been reneged or there is any disagreement over what was or was not said, you can refer to your recorded call.
When writing the minutes of a meeting you, or your assistant, may find it helpful to refer to the recorded version of the call. During a conversation, it can be difficult to keep track of everything that is said, so being able to listen to a recorded version of the conference call ensures that important facts are not missed and that the chance of inaccuracies are reduced.
For Absent Participants
Even with the ease of teleconferencing, it is possible that one or more of the intended participants is not able to join the conversation. Of course, this could be for technical reasons or it may be a scheduling conflict. In either case, the recorded conference call can be made available to anyone who was not able to participate in the teleconferencing session.
Obviously, there are many other reasons for recording your conference calls, but those listed above are among the most common.
So, now you know why you should consider recording your conference calls, you may be wondering how to do it. Well, that simple drop us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you set up. There is no charge and it takes about 10 seconds!