Virtual Assistance U Chooses Voxwire For Online Meeting Systems

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Voice interactive technology enhances learning styles for virtual learners

Corpus Christi, Texas (PRWEB) July, 2003 — Janet L. Jordan, Director of Virtual Assistance U (VAU) has announced today that VAU has chosen Voxwire to provide its online live voice meeting rooms. VAU is a virtual learning campus dedicated to establishing leading-edge virtual assistance practices through dynamic curriculum, small classes and diversified participant experience levels. VAU, in cooperation with the International Association of Virtual Office Assistants (IAVOA) and A Virtual Solution, provides training and accrediting for the Virtual Assistant industry.

Virtual Assistants perform a variety of tasks including executive assistance, data entry, tax advisors, accountants, billing and payroll, collections, medical transcription, web design and promotion, information processing, internet research, mail and email services, event planning, travel arrangements and general business consultation.

According to Inc. Magazine, “Virtual assistants offer several advantages over temporary or part-time workers. Beyond the obvious--no payroll taxes, no workers' comp, no temp-agency commission--virtual assistants tend to be more cost-efficient, charging by the hour.” (

According to Jordan, a Master Virtual Assistant, “We have tested and evaluated many online conferencing systems and Voxwire provides the best voice quality, user-friendly options, and is offered at the lowest price. It is our pleasure to recommend it to the fast-growing Virtual Assistant industry.” Until now, VA’s have communicated with their clients using telephone, fax, and overnight mail.

Voxwire opens up many new services that can be performed without geographical limits. Communication and collaboration at the click of a button with clear voice and shared visuals makes the Virtual Assistant less remote and more like an on-site staff member.

Voxwire is the premier supplier of online voice meeting room technology. With a computer, internet connection, and microphone, a person can click into an online “room” and speak to anyone in the world and show them visual screens at the same time. It can be one-on-one or with hundreds of guests in their large group rooms. The voice quality is superior to a telephone. Pricing is based on low monthly flat-rates for unlimited usage starting at $9.95 per month for a 2-Person room. Larger capacity rooms are available at even lower prices per person.

In addition to promoting the use of the meeting rooms to its members and graduates, VAU is using one of its Voxwire rooms as a “Voice Interactive Forum” for large group discussions and training. The Forums are moderated by industry leaders who can interact with members from all over the world.

The cost to put on a traditional 100-person hotel meeting requiring travel and lodging can easily top $100,000, especially with international travel. But a 100-person Voxwire meeting room costs $165 per month and can be used every day, all day long! No one has to travel, so it is easier to schedule top presenters and attract more guests.

“We are excited about the impact of Voxwire on the Virtual Assistant industry. Our certified VA’s will be able to provide more effective service to their clients which will increase their value as this industry continues to grow,” reports Jordan.

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