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Cattles cuts virtual conferencing costs by half with MeetingZone

Antony Savvas

Cattles, a leading UK financial services company, has successfully deployed MeetingZone's audio conferencing services to cut costs by half.

MeetingZone's system has also enabled Cattles to improve its internal and external communications and reduce its CO2 emissions from reduced travelling to meetings, as part of the organisation's environmental policy.

The company uses audio conferencing to improve internal communications between regional, area and branch managers, and between its projects and business continuity teams located at more than 200 branches throughout the country and externally with its suppliers.

"Historically, Cattles was using up to six different audio conferencing services providers, all with differing price structures," said Elaine Fforbes-Fitzsimmons, director of group services at Cattles.

"Cattles decided to source an audio conferencing system from a single best in class provider that would enable us to streamline and control our use of audio conferencing. In order to drive adoption of just one provider's services, it was important that we deployed a system that was reliable, easy to use and efficient as well as being cost effective," she said.





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