Web Conferencing Solution Enhances End User Satisfaction for intoCareers

For over 40 years, intoCareers has helped mold the minds of tomorrow’s leaders by providing high-quality career information to the educators who provide counsel to youths across the nation as they transition from students into young professionals. intoCareers was confronted with a challenge when a price hike in their web conferencing platform left them searching for a more affordable option to better serve their end users.

With GlobalMeet®, intoCareers found a web conferencing solution that met all of their needs. intoCareers relies heavily on virtual training sessions to educate its end users and, with the help of PGi’s outstanding customer service team, quickly integrated GlobalMeet to manage the company’s virtual meetings.

“I love how well GlobalMeet handles presentations, and the display of the PowerPoints is much better compared to competitor’s products.” – Susan Roudebush, Consultant and Master Trainer

From training new CIS operators to sharing revisions in curriculum, GlobalMeet has revolutionized how intoCareers trains its operators which, in turn, has increased the quality of experience for their end users. According to Susan, “With GlobalMeet, our users just expect seamless training sessions, and that’s what they get!”

intoCareers places the utmost importance on providing their end users with first-class career development training. The adoption of GlobalMeet as a web conferencing solution has enabled intoCareers to improve efficiency and bolster employee productivity, all while ensuring that their ends users are impeccably trained and supremely satisfied.

Read the full intoCareers case study here.

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