As more and more customers are migrating to Microsoft Office 365 with Lync, you need to upgrade the communication experience by adding "bridge quality" audio conferencing to their system based on a "pay in use" without additional monthly fees. This feature allows Lync users to maintain superior voice quality, public switched telephone network (PSTN) conference calls with other Lync users and non-Lync configurations.
There are some key reasons for this feature. First, it allows you to virtually add the whole world to the universe of possible gatherings during a live conference call. Using the Lync Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) conference is restricted to Lync users only in the universe. True, conference calls are free and are listed in your monthly fees, but you can not add non-callable Lync extensions to your calls. When you enable PSTN audio conferencing, you open a university from all over the world and only have a low prize when using this bridge service.
The second major reason is that adding an audio conference call improves communication experience as the sound quality is crystal clear for all participants in the conference bridge. So, even if you have a small or large conference call, you do not have to worry about sound quality because there is no bandwidth problem, such as tiling, echoing, or distortion.
Audio conferencing through Lync is also very easy. You can simply schedule a call in Outlook, and the configurators get the bridge number and PIN code together with the Lync connection to join the call. So for meetings held at Lync when the call was time, they could just click on the link that came through Lync and they would have joined the call. Those arriving without Lync would provide the number and PIN code that would link them to the conference call when dialing.
Only three companies have created a partnership that enables them to integrate this type of audio conference into the Lync product. Some of these companies have a packaged pricing plan, while other companies are charged per minute. Confederations in international countries have specially licensed International Free Service (ITFS) numbers that have access to the bridge and pay them for each country. No installation or monthly fees, and these companies do everything.
The process of adding audio conferencing to Lync is very simple. A list of conferences approved for conferences is added to the Lync system and the phone number dials the number and PINs. Once completed, your business is ready to work with all the best tools available on the market.
If you already have Office 365 with Lync or you plan to migrate to this service, adding audio conferencing can greatly increase your ability to work globally with a simple implementation process.
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