E-Conferences in High Demand

E-CONFERENCING SPIKED just before and after U.S. troops invaded Iraq, but it isn't like the stampede that followed the terrorist attacks of 2001, says Randy Salisbury, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Atlanta-based Premiere Conferencing, an e-conference provider.

Nevertheless, the troublesome economy, the war in Iraq, and SARS have all fed demand for e-conferencing services in recent months. (See the news item beginning on page 15 called “BTC Tracks Dise

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