Video Conferencing

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When you need Omaha video conferencing, look no farther than Great Plains Reporting. Our Omaha court reporters have put together the most comfortable videoconference center in the region. With a 70″ HD screen, comfortable seating for up to 20 people, convenient parking, drink service and a full-time attendant, you will not find a better option in Omaha, NE.

We also have conference rooms available for depositions and mediations in numerous other cities across Nebraska and the United States.

These full-service, state-of-the-art videoconferencing centers offer a convenient place to conduct your next national or international deposition, interview, EUO or company meeting. We make sure to offer comfortable surroundings and provide complimentary snacks and beverages. If you need to have lunch or dinner delivered, just let us know. We will provide you a choice of local dining options based on your stated preferences. You should focus on your client. We will make sure you have a comfortable video conference room.

Our facilities also offer complete office services, including:

Private areas for consultation with your associates

  • Reliable WIFI
  • Copy machines
  • Computers and telephones
  • Phone charging stations
  • Airport shuttle service
  • Dining delivery
  • Complimentary drinks and snacks
  • In-house concierge

Video Conferencing

Great Plains has numerous options for hosting your next videoconference. When the Covid outbreak began in February of 2020, we were the first court reporting company to push to take depositions via online videoconferencing. We also quickly got to work training attorneys on the various online options and how to use them. Since that time, we have taken over 40,000 online depositions.

We allow our clients to choose which online platform is best for them and then we host it at no charge. We provide free access and hosting to Zoom, Webex, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and many other platforms. Meanwhile, many of our competitors are charging over $100 an hour for these same services. Our goal during the pandemic is to keep you and our court reporters working rather than profiteering off of essential services. 

There are many advantages to online and traditional videoconferencing. Save travel time and expenses by creating a quality virtual presence anywhere in the world! Videoconferencing is quickly becoming the preferred means of communication for business people who are constantly on the go. It is simple, efficient, and cost-effective. Our full-service, state-of-the-art videoconferencing center is a convenient place to conduct your next national or international deposition, interview or company meeting. Our videoconferencing center has all the equipment, technology and amenities you need to work with optimal efficiency.

Do yourself and your company a favor–avoid the high cost and inconvenience of today’s travel. Being there has never been so easy, efficient, or economical, thanks to Great Plains.

Our video conferencing provides three primary benefits for the client, the expert, and the attorney:

  1. Consulting with an expert via videoconference assures both the expert and client that there won’t be inconvenient, expensive travel as you prepare for trial. Your busy expert may be across the country, but via videoconferencing he can be in two places at once.
  2. Videotaping conferences can help you determine whether you have selected the right expert. Do they appear credible on camera? Will they play before the jury or factfinder? Later, you can replay the videotape for partners, associates and your client to get a consensus on the applicability and effectiveness of prospective witnesses. Our videoconferencing has proven to be an unparalleled tool for “selling” the value of your expert, especially when determining your strengths in settlement or trial.
  3. Once you’ve decided on the right experts for your case, videoconferencing helps you work with them efficiently and at significantly reduced expense.

Among the many applications of videoconferencing is the opportunity to simultaneously bring together parties in three or more locations. For any attorney involved in multi-district litigation, this is an absolute necessity. The cost of organizing an in-person conference for multiple parties in one place, at one time can be exorbitant. With videoconferencing, multi-point meetings are facilitated and attendees can receive a videotape record of the proceedings.

The best experts in the world are not always located around the corner. Neither are many clients. Videoconferencing provides a valuable alternative to more than just the high costs and inefficiencies of travel; it offers effective and timely communication between the trial team, experts and clients.