|Not For Profit / Community Organisations|
Not for profit organisations are using video conferencing to communicate with their clients, suppliers, donors and off-site workers in Australia and the world at large. A great number of non-profit organizations work in very remote areas and regions, providing essential services like Medicare, disaster relief assistance, education and other volunteering tasks.
Video conferencing and teleconferencing for non-profit organizations can be an essential communication tool to facilitate social workers work at full capacity, attending meetings as if they were actually in the place of work and having virtual conversations face-to-face with their workmates in the central office.
Community organizations are adopting video conferencing so as to overcome communication challenges they get in their delivery of services in remote areas or regions away from their offices. This has resulted in more efficient and coordinated delivery of service.
Benefits of Video conferencing to Community Organisations:
Funding is always uncertain and cost-reduction efforts are the norm.
Environmental and work force security concerns means that NPOs are increasingly curtailing travel to certain destinations at certain times.
It gives immediate visual communication and information exchange rather than waiting for workmates to move between geographical locations to meet
It allows social workers to express and infer additional information concerning other workmates via body language cues.
When deployed as an element of a Unified Communications plan, it can help in displaying and demonstrating content in emails, presentations and on computer screens whilst the meeting participants discuss it and thus allow participants to demonstrate rather than just talk.
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