TelcoDepot.com Launches Video Conferencing Offer
TelcoDepot.com has announced that it now offers state of the art video conferencing solutions from well-known companies like Logitech and AVerMedia. Along with free shipping and discounts on some models, these video conferencing solutions are also offered at attractive prices.
Apart from this, buyers can also look for various business telephone systems and equipment from companies like Allworx, Aastra, NEC phone system products, Grandstream, Xblue, TalkSwitch and Yealink. Also, these products are sold with attractive support options, the company has announced.
TelcoDepot.com provides companies with state of the art video conferencing solutions that cater to their budgets and also standards for real-time video communications. Solutions available from TelcoDepot.com online store include Logitech BCC950 Conference Cam (all-in-one design). For professional video conferencing, the Logitech BCC950 conference cam brings together HD 1090p 30fps video with HQ full-duplex speakerphone clarity.
“Video conferencing is one of the most advanced and reliable ways to achieve full, real-time face to face meetings in today's business world," says Yaron Ram, a TelcoDepot.com principal.
Whether the user is collaborating across town or across the world, AVerMedia AVer HVC110 video conferencing kit is the perfect product for point-to-point video conferencing. It provides amazing audio clarity, High-definition (HD) video, and the industry's best warranty. All this is offered at a budget-friendly price for companies, the company stated.
Recently, TMC’s Jamie Epstein reported that the company’s important objective is to help its clients to make better decisions based upon their individual business requirements. VoIP call centers take advantage of the ability to learn with the firm to lower prices, increase scalability and drive ROI. While simultaneously streamlining operations and enhancing quality of service, the company offers users with innovative technology options that enables call center operators to ramp up productivity and efficiency.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey