So, you've taken the plunge and now provide remote particpation services for attorneys. Whether that's videoconferencing, bridging, chat, or streaming, you need to know how to effectively sell your new services in order to maximize your profits (and the attorney's level of satisfaction with your firm). We've taken part of our Remote Counsel University Sales and Marketing course to explain some of the best strategies for selling remote participation services to attorneys.
Enjoy 20% off a Polycom Videoconferencing System as a token of our appreciation!
Recently, Skype users around the world experienced massive network problems and outages when trying to connect to the service. When attempting to sign in, users couldn’t get past the login page and were repeatedly told that Skype couldn’t connect.
We'll be at Booths 15 & 16!
We're just days away from taking over the big city! Remote Counsel couldn't be more excited for NCRA's 2015 Convention & Expo.
Stop by Booths 15 & 16 to discuss Cameo, CAT Shuttle Local, White Label Service, and more!
As court reporters, we’re sure you’re familiar with the concept of remote participation. This is something that Remote Counsel focuses heavily on: How can your clients participate in events if they can’t be there? Is there a significant difference in experience? What technology is available?
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Atlanta, GA, March 6, 2015 – Remote Counsel, the leading provider of remote participation solutions for legal events, proudly announces the product launch of Cameo II, a revolutionary, next generation mobile videoconferencing and bridging service that leads to enhanced productivity, enabling subscribers to conduct business effectively and efficiently.