Volcanic Ash Cloud Boosts Virtual Office Technology Use
If you’ve been inconvenienced by the volcanic ash cloud that continues to delay air travel across Europe, it may be time to look at new ways to keep business meetings moving along as scheduled. The Icelandic volcano is reportedly costing airlines $200 million a day.
The good news is, the volcanic ash doesn’t have to slow down your business—if you tap into Davinci Virtual’s virtual office technologies. Davinci Virtual’s business model was built on delivering convenience to road warriors, international businessmen, and entrepreneurs who need cost-effective solutions for communicating across the city or across the Atlantic.
Let’s say you were scheduled to travel to Europe for a meeting with a potentially large client. The volcano in Iceland could potentially cause you to lose the deal to a competitor in European who could drive to the prospect's to give his presentation while you are stuck in your home town waiting for the airlines to signal safe travel.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Davinci Virtual’s virtual office technologies include virtual offices, live receptionists, and perhaps most importantly in the context of the volcano, web conferencing. With Davinci Virtual’s low-cost monthly access to Cisco’s WebEx, virtual office customers can avoid losing potential business deals due to travel restrictions.
Of course, that’s not where the value of Davinci Virtual’s virtual office technologies end. Even when there’s not a volcano or a terrorist issue, or a hurricane or some other obstacle, web conferencing comes in handy. As part of a virtual office suite, web conferencing can significantly reduce and even eliminate the need for air travel—and it’s affordable.
Check out coverage of the volcano in this quick video: