A+ Conferencing Shares Industry Tips on Adding “Bridge Quality” Audio Conferencing to Office 365 with Lync/Skype for Business

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A+ Conferencing helps companies break limitations by sharing industry tips on adding "Bridge Quality" Audio Conferencing to Office 365 with SFB

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As more and more customers are migrating to Microsoft Office 365 with Skype for Business (SFB), they need to upgrade their communications experience by adding "bridge quality" audio conferencing (http://www.aplusconferencing.com) to their system on a "pay as you use" basis with no additional monthly fees.

There are a couple of main reasons to add this feature. First of all, it will allow businesses to add virtually the entire world to their universe of potential conferees on a live conference call. With SFB VOIP conferencing, most are limited to only SFB users in their universe. True, the conference calls are free and included in monthly fees, but companies can't add non-SFB outsiders to their calls. When someone enables “bridge quality” audio conferencing (http://www.aplusconferencing.com) , then they open up their universe of conferees to the world and only pay a low per minute rate when they use this bridge conferencing service.

The second main reason is that adding "bridge quality" audio conferencing enhances the communications experience in that the voice quality is crystal clear for all of the participants on the conference bridge. So whether hosting a small or large conference call, everyone doesn't have to worry about the voice quality, because there are no bandwidth issues such as tiling, echo or distortion.

It is also very simple to set up an audio conference enabled through SFB. Anyone would simply schedule the call through Outlook and the conferees will receive the bridge number and pin code along with the SFB link to join the call. So for the conferees that have SFB, when it was time for the call, they would just click on the link to join via SFB and they would be connected to the call. For the conferees without SFB, they would be given the dial in number and the pin code, which when dialed would connect them into the conference call.

A+ Conferencing has established a partnership, which allows them to offer the "bridge quality" audio conferencing (http://www.aplusconferencing.com) to the Office 365 with SFB product. There are no installation or monthly fees and A+ will do all of the implementation.

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To find out more information on adding "bridge quality" audio conferencing to MSO365 with SFB or to get this service added to your SFB system, please contact Mike Burns or Mary Hawkins at 888-239-3969 or mikeb(at)nwpros(dot)com or maryh(at)nwpros(dot)com.

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