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A Note from our CMO

Sometimes understanding history helps put the present into context. So, here goes the PGi history lesson. Our company was founded nearly 30 years ago and some of our earliest customers came from the financial services sector. These clients were looking for our audio network and operators to run large event calls for earnings announcements and town halls. Fast forward 30 years and you will still see many of these same financial institutions and banks using our technology and webcast services to broadcast these same important events. But today, we’re using more video than ever before.

As a long-standing provider to the financial sector, our approach to privacy has been informed by some of our earliest and largest customers. With the majority of our collaboration and event business based on subscriptions and only a small subset of free users, our approach recognizes and respects the importance of privacy.

PGi sells products and services that help people connect. We do not sell customer information. For transparency, our privacy policy is online and available to understand how we use any customer information provided to us.

With a global pandemic declared, these times are without precedent. Above all, our entire industry is working tirelessly to empower people to work, learn and connect safely and remotely. At PGi, we’re learning a lot too. We are pleased that so many of our old and new customers find the GlobalMeet portfolio helpful and relevant.

We are all in this together.

Recent Posts

A Note from our CMO

Sometimes understanding history helps put the present into context. So, here goes the PGi history lesson. Our company was founded nearly 30 years ago and some of our earliest customers came from the financial services sector. These clients were looking for our audio network and operators to run large event calls for earnings announcements and town halls. Fast forward 30 …

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Your Guide on How to Work from Home

how to work from home

COVID-19 (coronavirus) has changed the course of work, and possibly changed it forever. As coronavirus cases continue to increase day after day, companies have mandated employees to work from home online in order to flatten the curve. For many, this is the first time working from home online. When you first start working from home, it can seem like a …

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How Much of Communication is Really Nonverbal?

How Much of Communication is Nonverbal

If you quickly research what percentage of communication is nonverbal, you’ll run into the same number again and again: 93%. According to many sources, including the New York Times, only 7% of a speaker’s communication is verbal. There’s only one problem with this number: it’s a total misunderstanding of the actual science! If you’re wondering how much of communication is nonverbal, in reality, the answer isn’t …

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Webcasting for Higher Education

webcasting for education

Technology has long played an important role in higher education. As technology has advanced over the years, many universities have been quick to adopt the latest, cutting edge software and apps. By taking this approach, universities are able to create a better learning environment for students. Webcasting for education is just one example of this. While online learning and educational …

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Key Findings from The 2020 State of Remote Work

Remote work

The fully remote company, Buffer, makes a laudable workplace research contribution each year. They conduct an in-depth survey of thousands of remote workers. This year, the survey included 3,521 remote work employees across many nations, industries, organizations, and levels of experience. Of those: 57% are fully remote 25% work remotely at least 51% of the time 8% work remotely 26-50% …

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