Economy, world events drive e-conferencing

E-conferencing spiked just before and after U.S. troops invaded Iraq, but it isn't like the stampede that came after the terrorist attacks of 2001. “If you go back to those days, I think we were all awestruck,” says Randy Salisbury, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Atlanta-based Premiere Conferencing. “There was a sea change in the way you viewed how you do business.”

Recently, the economy, the war in Iraq, and SARS have fed demand for e-conferencing services.<

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