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WHAT IS WEBCASTING?
How do webcast services benefit my business?
Corporate webcasting is typically used for business functions where it is not feasible to meet in person. Perhaps your company has multiple locations nationally or even world-wide. Corporate Webcasts allow companies to affordably hold meetings without the headaches of selecting a meeting location, flying in employees, and other travel expenses. They also allow your company to reach a wider audience. If you have a substantial remote workforce, utilizing a webcast service can ensure no one misses out on key information. Webcasts are ideal for briefings, executive communications, board meetings, training, town hall meetings, seminars, product updates, lectures, all-hands and company meetings, and more.
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Increase Company-Wide Communication with Worktank's Webcast Services
Selecting the right webcast solutions company is important. No one wants to have their webcast interrupted with technical issues such as loss of sound or poor video quality. When you need to reach out to a remote audience, Worktank is your go-to partner to ensure the entire event lifecycle goes off without a hitch. Worktank has over 20 years’ experience providing companies like Microsoft with reliable webcast solutions. We have a track record of solving a company’s previous technical issues, improving user experience, and increasing webcast attendees.
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