"The world is our home and we believe that the responsibility begins at home." So state officials of REVE Systems, and we have to say we agree with them.?
REVE Systems officials say, "We understand our responsibility towards community. In our effort to identify products to make the world better and “livable,” we initiate and support various campaigns to educate children, blood donation camps, and look for other ways to undertake the social issues like education, health and sanitation."
And the company walks the walk. REVE Systems recently organized a voluntary blood donation camp for its employees and citizens of city Dhaka in Bangladesh. This blood donation camp "was just another effort to make people realize their responsibility towards the community," REVE officials said by way of explanation.
As part of another corporate social responsibility initiative, REVE Systems has also started a Student Scholarship Program for meritorious students who have the potential to learn and study further,?”but are deprived of education because they lack funds. Based on their merits and requirements, REVE Systems funds such students to study."
Late last year, TMC's (News - Alert) Stefania Viscusi wrote that the mobile VoIP provider’s iTel Mobile Dialer was awarded the 2010 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award by Technology Marketing Corporation’s INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
The iTel Mobile Dialer Express, which is known as the lightest VoIP dialer in the industry, also won the 2009 Product of the Year by the publication. The softphone or dialer application makes VoIP calls possible using a mobile phone connected to the Internet and is presently being offered by more than 1,200 service providers to their customers across 50 countries.
Rezaul Hassan, CEO of REVE Systems said, “REVE Systems’ iTel Mobile Dialer Express has become the industry leader in mVoIP (mobile VoIP) and has helped many service providers around the world to grow their minutes of usage and provide more choice to their consumers.”
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi