Gone are the days of long drives, long lines, and long flights just to meet for a couple of hours. They have actually been gone for a while, but those inconveniences haven’t always been replaced with simple solutions. The difficulties of finding suitable conference rooms with excellent, reliable technologies have, to a degree, replaced the hassle of travel. Remote meetings and telecommuting are only becoming greater necessities in a world bursting at the seams with constant technological developments in seemingly every aspect of life. At Court Reporting Services, Inc., we aim to make life and work as smooth as possible with top of the line videoconferencing services and special attention to your needs in a changing world.
At its core, the Internet is a tool to give life more flexibility, ease, and intelligence. Using this tool properly, according to Bernard Marr of Forbes, should “Enable smarter business operations and smarter decisions.” Allowing the newest technologies to inform business decisionscan lead to increased revenue, decreased cost, and greater efficiency. These are the benchmarks we hope to help businesses reach when working with Court Reporting Services, Inc., whether it is through the use of our videoconferencing technologies to make the next meeting easier, or if you decide that you want to take a trip to Louisville and work directly with us. Either way, we are here to help you make the best decisions for you. Not ourselves. We like to think of ourselves as more than just court reporters, using technology to meet your needs faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Efficiency is needed in far more areas of business than meetings. Think of how simple communication, progress marking, and file sharing have all been drastically changed in just the last 10 years. The need for face-to-face check-ins and bulky file folders are quickly rolling towards the edge of the cliff staring down into oblivion. But it isn’t there yet. Those procedures are still widely used, and rightfully so. As the world is moving now, it may be soon financially irresponsible to cling to the past. Laura Vanderkam of fastcompany.com explores the possibility of nearly half of all workers telecommuting by 2020. That is only four years away. Vanderkam quotes Adam Kingl, director of learning solutions at the London Business School, “Once your boss knows that ‘work is fluid—it can happen anywhere, at any time,’ then there is much less value put on ‘being around for its own sake.’” We hope to help you eliminate being around for its own sake, making your life easier by utilizing videoconferencing technologies to end the struggle between geography and efficiency.
The bridge between old ways and new ways is not always a simple one to cross, but we are here to help. Working online is the new normal, and we would love to join you there. Court Reporting Services is here to help you with transcription services, court reporters, deposition scheduling, videoconferencing and more. We want to accommodate you to get the help you need to perform your best wherever in the world you might be.