Looking for a simple, convenient way to meet?
- No dial-in number
- No access codes
- Less background noise
- No scrambling to un-mute yourself when responding
- Convenient mobile access
- Global range
- Always see who's talking and listening
- Speak to the group or make a side comment to just one person
- Prompt someone who's missing to join the call
- Play back anything that you miss
- Secure 128-bit encryption
- Crystal clear voice fidelity
Speak Instantly and Securely with Any Group or Person on your Team
Want to talk with a widely dispersed team, all on mobile devices? Need to meet with managers spread across 4 continents? Want to have a side conversation with one particular person? Then Get in Cahoots, and experience the best and easiest conference call you've ever had.
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If you've got a WiFi or cellular signal, then you're ready to be in Cahoots . . . whether you're running an errand across town, visiting a customer in another state, or sitting on an airstrip on the other side of the planet.
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Posts About Easy Voice Conferencing
Technology has brought us globalization, where we can conduct business from thousands of miles away as readily as from next door. And it has brought us the mobile workforce, where we can work from a satellite office or from home just as effectively as from the mothership. The one thing that technology hasn’t done is eliminate… Read More »
A LOT of today’s communication is typed. According to Experian, US smartphone users between the ages of 18 and 24 sent an average of 2,022 text messages per month and received 1,831. Combine that with the 121 emails an average office worker receives daily and the 78% of Americans using social media, and we all end up with… Read More »
“Simple conversations around tasks and teamwork . . . get lost in translation if you’re not speaking to the person, and you’re just texting them or e-mailing.” – Steve Stoute, CEO of Translation LLC More than Words Chat, texting, email, and written collaboration tools all have their place, but they are far from… Read More »