It’s Time to Update Your Boardroom with a Teleconferencing System

Conference Calls are the Future—Support Employees While They’re Onsite and Offsite

In recent years, teleconferencing systems have found their way into conference rooms and boardrooms around the world. Corporations are getting larger and more spread out, and there has also been an increase in the number of companies allowing employees to work remotely at least a few days of the week.

With such a widely dispersed workforce, it’s time to support this technological transition with a powerful teleconference system in your New York City offices. Conference calls allow your distributed employees to collaborate more effectively, brainstorming strategic business solutions in real-time with ease and convenience—no matter where they are in the world.

Keep reading to learn what a teleconferencing system does and how it can support your distributed employee network in a way a simple phone call simply cannot do.

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Centralized Control

Simply walk into your conference room and start your meeting! With the tap of a button on a centralized control interface, you can easily initiate a video conference call, in which your employees around the globe can instantly join when on their laptop, smartphone, or desktop computer.

In addition to joining calls, you and your employees have the ability to mute audio or video feeds and wirelessly connect and share screens from your laptops and other smart devices., You can even control your conference room’s lighting system from the same smart device. There’s no need for lengthy staff trainings on how to operate the teleconferencing system because the interface is intuitive and easy to operate.


The ability to collaborate with coworkers is a big trend in business and has been gaining momentum in recent years. Video calls give staff the ability to see nonverbal cues, something an old-fashioned audio-only phone call doesn’t allow for. Staff are less apt to interrupt one another, and there’s less chance for misunderstanding when visual cues are added to the teleconference.

An updated teleconferencing system also allows employees to share their desktops for quick presentations, listen to webinars and calls with high-quality distributed audio, and provide the ability to record calls to send to those that are unable to attend the meeting.

If you’re ready to take your 2019 conference room into 2020 and beyond with a teleconferencing system, call House Systems today at (800) 357-5124 or fill out our online contact form for a no-obligation consultation. We can’t wait to help your business.