Gathering employees for a company meeting or corporate event presents many challenges, both financial and logistical. There are travel costs, hotel rooms, food expenses and per diems burning into the corporate budget. Of course, there are also all of the difficult and stressful issues involved in bringing people from around the country, or even the world, together in one place.
Webcasting your next company meeting makes a great deal of sense from both an economic and organizational perspective.
You can broadcast from any location you choose so stakeholders can attend without ever leaving their office. It’s also much less expensive than a typical corporate gathering and productivity isn’t affected because people can get right back to work when the meeting is finished.
Smart companies are always looking for ways to cut costs and improve efficiency. Live streaming meets both of these objectives and also gives you an archived record that makes it simple to examine your meeting and pull minutes.
Specialized Features for your virtual event
- Capture your speakers presentation with high definition picture and sound.
- Sync your powerpoint slides for easy picture-in-picture reference.
- Skype-in remote presenters from anywhere in the world.
- On-demand access to your video on Kastio and on a hard drive.
- Mobile streaming so your staff can access the video from their smart phone allowing them to be as remote as they need.
- Lock down your stream so only company personnel with password access can view it.
- Each of your speakers will get their own lower third title to identify them to the viewers.
- Viewers can send in their questions directly from the webcast interface. Use an iPad to share the questions with your speaker in real-time.
- Multi-language support
- Studio booking and services
- Translation and live captioning
- Automatically send out a survey to all your staff after the event to collect their feedback on the meeting.
- Use realtime polling to collect realtime votes on important issues.
- Receive a statistic report on who attended your meeting as soon as it’s over.