Within five years, technology will obliterate the need for business Travel."
- Inspired by new videoconferencing technologies and rising fuel costs
Boca Raton, FL July 23, 2008 --- Apart from becoming more and more unpleasant,
recently business travel is also becoming far less necessary. With technology
such as DirectView Videoconferencing now providing superior videoconferencing and
fuel prices rising, more businessmen and women seem to be choosing the option
to stay put and use new technology to cut down on travel.
Companies too are making an active effort to limit employees’ air travel for
the duel-pronged benefits of cutting costs and being environmentally friendly.
AT&T, a client of DirectView Video Technologies has reportedly reduced employee
air miles by 15% through video conferencing and Web meetings, while Accenture
plans to have 22 video conferencing rooms installed around the world by the
end of this year.
DirectView -- 888-704-8700 ext 105
About DirectView Video Technologies, Inc.
DirectView Inc. (http://www.DirectViewInc.com) provides cost-effective, high-quality
multimedia technologies to conduct remote meetings linking participants in
geographically dispersed locations with full service capabilities including
multipoint videoconferencing, network integration, custom room design, staffing,
document conferencing and IP/Webconferencing. Clients include business, government
and other institutions including American Express, AT&T, Bell South, The Trump
Organization, Burger King, GE Capital, GlaxoSmithKline, JD Powers, Marriot,
Merrill Lynch, NYPD, Sprint and many others in the U.S. and internationally.
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