Level 3 Wins Web and Audio Conferencing Services Contract from South Carolina
These services from Level 3 will enhance operations across state organizations and help agencies share work and leverage collective knowledge across departments, agencies, time zones and geographies without the associated costs of traveling to in-person meetings.
Edward Morche, senior vice president and general manager of Level 3’s Government Markets Group, said, “Like many states, the State of South Carolina has budget pressures, but it’s not letting those pressures compromise how it serves its citizens; in fact, it’s capitalizing on that pressure to improve how it serves the state. With these services, the State of South Carolina is virtually removing time, financial and geographic boundaries and ambiguity that can stand in the way of effectively collaborating on important projects or making time-sensitive decisions. That not only helps the government, it helps its citizens.”
Level 3 said Web conferencing provides a creative and convenient way to visually collaborate among offices and colleagues. Its easy-to-use Web collaboration services include the key features needed for an organization’s teams to connect anywhere in the world, enhance their effectiveness and grow.
Whether one wants to work together to create documents, conduct a Web meeting, share a desktop, screen-share, execute a webinar or show a presentation in a secure and safe environment, Level 3 said that it offers a Web conferencing solution that can meet any collaboration needs and budget requirements.
The Level 3 Ready-Access audio conferencing service can be employed to connect employees securely wherever they are with global conferencing dial-in numbers, recordings and in-conference user functionality.
Using the conferencing services provided by Level 3, the State of South Carolina can enjoy the benefits of telework, or allowing employees to work remotely as needed supporting the state’s continuity plans in the event of natural calamities or unforeseen disasters.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson