Miles is also frustrated with the state of the video teleconferencing market. "Speaking about video or teleconferencing software, it just never seems to have consistent reliability, regardless of the application or platform that's out there," he says. "Whether it's Skype or any other, I just wish it could be more reliable. For a startup that's trying to be lean and wise with their money, there are no [really reliable] options out there."
More than Technology -- A Lifestyle
Miles sees more than dollar signs as eaHELP takes off. "Something that's been extremely rewarding has been the impact this has made on wonderful stay at home moms who are educated but have put the pause button on their career," he said. By working at eaHELP, "they've been able to be a mom but also have their foot in something. That story plays out all over the United States, and the meat behind that is that we've been able to create a viable third option for those people to work from home. That's been cool."
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