New mobile app from Irish-based 247meeting allows worldwide instant conference calling on the move to landlines and mobiles
This is an pioneering new way to approach conference calls and the back story is interesting. Let me know if you would like to have a chat with Gavin Doherty, CEO or if you would like further information or images. I'm on 086 2332725.
Here is a quick video on how the app works https://247meeting.com/mobile/
Helen O Dwyer
New mobile app from Irish-based 247meeting allows instant conference calling on the move to landlines and mobiles
Irish company 247meeting has launched a new mobile app, allowing worldwide users to hold confidential remote meetings on the go – anywhere, anytime, with less than two minutes set up. According to research carried out by 247meeting, an average conference call starts with 13 minutes delay and managers lose 9,360 minutes/per year (one month) waiting for their meeting to start. This is an average loss of €6,580 per manager.
- 247meeting allows instant conference calling on the move to landlines and mobiles
- No need for PIN codes, dial-ins and waiting
- The app “dials out” to all the guests at once, instead of requiring them to “dial in” to a conference call.
- More secure than the standard conference call, the app also offers the host more control, showing them, at any moment, who is on the call.
- Ideal for instant debriefing after a client meeting or in crisis management situations
A WAR ROOM IN THE POCKET
Because calls can be made instantaneously on the move, without the need for PIN codes, dial-ins or wait, the 247meeting mobile app is the perfect tool for senior managers. They can quickly do a debrief after an important client meeting – or to start a conference call with their A-Team without delay in a crisis management situation.
This app is the brainchild of Gavan Doherty, CEO of the company and former Telecom engineer. He got the idea from his customers, after noticing their pain over PIN codes and how concerned high-profile managers were about someone eavesdropping (accidentally, or not) their confidential calls. With the app, you can see who’s on your call at all times, giving you peace of mind that only the people who are meant to be on the call are there.
NO WAITING, GET STRAIGHT DOWN TO BUSINESS!
As well as facilitating communication between team members in different locations, it’s also ideal for touching base with clients who are rarely in the office. “Conference calling is a major time, and cost efficiency tool in any business” commented 247meeting CEO, Gavan Doherty. “But, let’s face it, nobody wants to be annoying their customers by sending them links to software they have to download – and sometimes, even your own team members forget their PIN code. That’s why all you need to start with the app is the phone number of your guests; they don’t have to install the app or be ‘in your network”
What’s more, the app eliminates enforced small talk while waiting for the call to begin.
“Think of the countless hours lost discussing the weather while waiting for members to dial in,” Doherty said. “The beauty of our new mobile app is that everyone is in at the same time, and you can get straight down to business. It’s super easy to use and a brilliant tool for communication between busy senior managers who are rarely in the same place.”
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The 247meeting mobile app is available in Apple and Android versions and can be downloaded free of charge from the iStore or Google Play
To watch a demo, go to https://247meeting.com/mobile/
247meeting has headquarters in Sandyford, Dublin, and offices in Belfast, London and New York. The Irish company, founded by Gavan Doherty in 2005, has grown its client base to 15,000 customers, across 57 countries, supported 24×7. By using the latest next-generation conferencing platform and maintaining its own global network, 247meeting can deliver savings of up to 60% on conference call services. Clients range from Irish and overseas-based multinationals such as Irish Life, KPMG, Boots, Hertz Europe, AA and IBM, right through to Irish SMEs targeting export growth with dispersed staff, sales teams, partners and clients in overseas markets.