Audio Conferencing

Referred to as...

audio conferencing solutions

Audio Conferencing

Operator Image
Audio conferencing enables individuals or groups to engage in real-time discussions using traditional phone lines, mobile phones, and apps. It serves as a convenient and effective method for people to connect, collaborate, and communicate without the need for physical presence or special equipment.

In its most common form, audio conferencing involves conference calls where multiple participants dial into a virtual meeting room using designated access numbers or online platforms. Audio conferencing provides flexibility by allowing participants to join meetings from virtually any location with an internet or telephone connection. This flexibility is especially beneficial for remote workers, distributed teams, and professionals on the go.


In a self-serve or reservationless audio conferencing model, users have full control over scheduling, initiating, and managing their conference calls. They can set up calls on-demand without the need for prior reservations or operator assistance.

Participants can join the conference call at any time using the provided access number and PIN. This flexibility makes it suitable for impromptu meetings and situations where immediate communication is necessary.

Reservationless conferencing is typically scalable, allowing a large number of participants to join the call simultaneously. This scalability is useful for businesses with varying meeting sizes.

Operator Assisted

Operator-assisted audio conferencing involves the presence of a live operator who assists in managing the call. The operator helps with tasks like participant registration, call initiation, and troubleshooting issues, providing a higher level of service.

This model allows for a more customized and polished experience. Operators can facilitate features like participant introductions, Q&A sessions, and call recording, adding a professional touch to important or large-scale meetings.

Operators are available to provide technical support during the call, ensuring a smooth and trouble-free experience for participants. This can be particularly valuable for critical business meetings or events.

Our Operator-assisted services offer advanced features such as transcription services, participant polling, and event recording, making them suitable for high-stakes or high-profile conferences.

For all Operator-assisted calls we conduct a planning phase before the call where details are discussed with the operator, ensuring that the conference runs smoothly and meets specific requirements.



Self-serve conferencing provides more flexibility for instant, on-demand meetings, while operator-assisted conferencing is better suited for planned, high-profile events.


Self-serve conferencing is generally more cost-effective, as it eliminates the need for dedicated operator support. Operator-assisted services, with their additional features and support, tend to be more expensive.

Scale and Complexity: S

Self-serve conferencing is suitable for a wide range of meeting sizes and levels of formality. Operator-assisted services are often chosen for larger, more complex events with specific requirements.

Ultimately, the choice between self-serve and operator-assisted audio conferencing depends on the nature of the meetings, the level of support needed, and the specific preferences and priorities of the users or organizations involved.

Related Products & Services

Have a project in mind? Let's talk now.

We are happy to provide references upon request