Webconferencing has attracted a lot of attention from corporations and from environmentalists. Corporations are interested in the time and money saving properties a web conference has over traditional meetings. Environmentalists are excited at the possibilities of using technology to reduce travel because of how it reduces CO2 emissions and saves the environment. To say the least, many people stand to benefit from the use of the webconference.

Salespeople can use webconferencing to revolutionize the way they work. Rather than traveling around to a list of customers, the salesperson can schedule webconferences to meet with one or more prospects at a specified time, either right from home or from the office. Also, salespeople can convert the time that they would have spent on the road or in the air into profitable web meeting time. With hundreds-of-thousands of users, it’s hard to know all the different industries that webconferencing is being used in now and for which purposes.

But based on the testimonials and frequent emails, today the people who are benefiting from this technology include corporate executives, employees, company customers, insurance sales agents, doctors, dentists, lawyers, journalists, teachers, students, and more. ( – If you fall into the “more” part, please let us know in a comment below.

Webconferencing: Green Software

What makes webconferencing unique is that it is an environmental tool that is beneficial to business. By reducing the time spend traveling via land or air, the impact of such activity on the environment can be drastically reduced thanks to significant decreases in fuel consumption. While saving the environment, people simultaneously save valuable time from their daily lives that can be spent on work or pleasure. Webconferencing: saving time and money, two crucial commodities for both businesses and private users.

To convince more people to use such travel alternatives, people need to be educated. As we become aware of the large size of financial savings that can be achieved through web conferences and the increases in profitability it offers, we can expect a wider and faster uptake of the technology. Likewise, if CO2 levels continue to rise, will people in fact turn to webconferencing as an environmental resource?