How Companies Are Using Virtual Presentations

Virtual presentations have become a standard communications tool in just about every industry and department. A cornucopia of industries are utilizing virtual presentations to achieve rock-solid business results.

Here are a few examples. You may want to peek at your industry and highlight a few of the uses that you have not yet considered.

Financial Services

o Accelerate loan processing
o Ensure compliance
o Accelerate product roll outs
o Communicate with prospective clients
o Provide personalized customer services


o Telemedicine
o Maintain regulatory requirements (e.g., HIPAA)
o Engage with high-level management at healthcare facilities

High Tech

o Accelerate meetings with team members, partners, customers and vendors to accelerate time-critical deadlines and product launches
o Troubleshoot issues immediately (e.g., access client environment, include QA and R&D staff)
o Reach out to prospects to share industry knowledge, and business information
o Provide rapid and effective technical support


o Ensure compliance
o Collaborate with suppliers, technicians, dealers, employees, and customers
o Keep prospects engaged by providing free information
o Accelerate time-to-market by quickly training large numbers of dealers
o Enhance collaboration between engineers


o Keep high-level professionals (e.g., physicians) current on the newest methodologies while accommodating their demanding schedules

It is true that many companies and departments are scaling back on travel costs as a way to reduce operating expenses. Some people are overjoyed by this news. It means that they can spend less time away from home and more time with their family. Virtual Presentations that work can reduce costs and keep employees happier and closer to home, thought more boring teleconferences where no one says anything and we all just kind of sit there, really doesn’t buy you, your company, or your organization anything. In order for virtual meeting to provide value, they need to work.

That means accomplishing business objectives, fostering communication, and building stronger business relationships.

Within each of these industries, virtual presentations not only support the general needs of the organization as a whole, but also the more specific needs of key departments including sales and marketing, customer support, training, product development, corporate communications, and human resources.