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Close collaboration with subsidiaries
Dutch company Fluiconnecto uses Netviewer meetings to promote team spirit and encourage productive collaboration. Instead of waiting for days to get answers via e-mail, telephone, or on-site visits, colleagues in twelve countries regularly hold Web conferences to exchange information and clear up questions.
Festo uses Netviewer to facilitate global transfer of ideas
Festo AG is a world leading provider of pneumatic and electric automation systems. They use the Web conferencing solution from Netviewer to facilitate transfer of knowledge. With 13,000 employees in 176 countries, Festo depends on Netviewer to quickly share valuable ideas with those who need them.
Survey: Home offices save time and reduce stress
Last month we asked you about your experiences with working from a home office. Eleven percent of our readers indicated that they work primarily from home. Twenty-one percent work both from home and from an office. According to those surveyed, the greatest benefit of a home office is the ability to manage your own time and flexible working arrangements (63 percent), closely followed by the elimination of stress and wasted time associated with driving back and forth to work. Unfortunately, 40 percent of employers prevent their employees from doing their jobs from home.
Study: 84 percent swear by Web conferences
"Web collaboration is an essential tool for communication and collaboration," according to 84 percent of C-level executives in the United States. The managers surveyed by market research firm Frost & Sullivan spoke highly of Web conferences because they improve collaboration, increase employee productivity, and quickly pay for themselves with a high return on investment (ROI).