It is not that long since employees’ requests to work from home would have caused raised eyebrows at most companies. But attitudes have swung from mainly negative to positive in recent years – thanks in great part to major advances in face-to-face communication. This not only opens up new scope for working from home and breaks down all sorts of barriers, but also enables companies to reap the benefits of global networking using high-quality, efficient video conferencing systems. Participants in meetings, training courses or job interviews can now be networked together in real time from any location to collaborate on projects and specific tasks. Visitors to CeBIT 2017 in Hannover can see for themselves how the latest version of alfaview improves company workflows this way.
The alfatraining center originally unveiled its new in-house software for location-free, face-to-face training at CeBIT 2015. The high-quality audio and video links that alfaview provided to its online conference room with up to 50 participants was impressive even then – and the software has just kept on improving ever since. More than 100 people can now interact live using alfaview and enjoy its superb high-quality videos and distortion-free audio transmissions. Individual screen displays can also be transmitted live. All together, the intuitive user interface, chat program and other special features make this an impressive high-tech conference solution.