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March 20, 2013
SKYPE News - Rigid Global Buildings facilitates SKYPE Meeting
By Mandira Srivastava, TMCnet Contributor
With rapid advancement in information technology and telecommunication, more and more people are working from their remote home office. This trend is gearing up teleconferencing or virtual meetings held via Skype (News - Alert) or other programs, which will make conducting Skype meetings an easier task for Rigid Global Buildings’ customers.
Rigid Global Buildings, a manufacturer of pre-engineered steel buildings is offering a 60-inch conference room TV exclusively to its existing and potential customers to conduct Skype meetings. This new tool will help users to have face-to-face contact with customers and prospective customers throughout the world.
"At the touch of a button, we can have a face-to-face conference call or meeting without all the high costs of travel," said, Steve Olson Rigid, executive vice president of sales and marketing, in a statement. "It's another example of how we constantly strive to offer customers the excellent service they deserve."
Houston-based company Rigid makes metal buildings, steel buildings, pre-engineered buildings, metal wall panels and metal roof panels. It offers two options in renewable energy roofing and has also improved its metal building products with SOLAR (crystalline and PV laminate).
Skype is a communication program that allows you to communicate with one or more people at a time. The company supports conference calls for as many as 25 participants. The conferencing tool is available in the U.S. and 25 other countries.
Rigid has facilities in Afghanistan, China, Guatemala, Nigeria and Qatar. So the enterprise customers interested can place their order and produce nearly any kind of structure, including agricultural, aviation, religious, commercial and industrial.
Edited by Ashley Caputo