"Most organisations only using Group Chat at is most its basic level and are missing out on the business differentiators and cost savings that can be made to communication both at an internal and external level.”
London (PRWEB UK) 16 May 2011
Microsoft Gold Partner, Formicary Collaboration Group, a provider of of real-time team collaboration solutions is running a free workshop designed to enhance how organisations use Persistent Group Chat – a collaborative instant messaging communications tool - to maximum effect. Running on 3rd June in London, the half day workshop will demonstrate how Group Chat is revolutionising how businesses communicate, bringing new efficiencies and cost savings to the organisation.
Combining the immediacy of instant messaging with the multi-party outreach of email, Group Chat, a component in Microsoft Lync Server 2010, is transforming how groups and individuals communicate – facilitating real-time discussion through the desktop, mobile or web from any location.
The workshops will introduce Group Chat concepts and explain how the technology can be used effectively in the business environment to share knowledge, save time and ensure compliance. Attendees can also hear real-world success stories on companies that are already optimising the technology as well as find out how it can be extended beyond the basic Chat functions.
Gavin Adam, head of product development, Formicary Collaboration Group comments, “Persistent Group Chat has, until now, been the preserve of the financial services industry. Offered with Microsoft Lync Server 2010, the technology is now widely available to companies of any size in any discipline. Most organisations however are only using Group Chat at is most its basic level and are missing out on the business differentiators and cost savings that can be made to communication both at an internal and external level.”
To register attendance at a workshop or for more information, please contact Angeline Cheng, 020 7920 7106 or email angeline(dot)cheng(at)formicary(dot)net
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