Easymeeting.net, a service provider that focuses on providing videoconferencing services for platforms such as PC/MAC, tablets and a variety of smartphones, is now introducing the entire range of its videoconferencing services to test drive. The company has invested about five years and more than $4 million in designing and developing these services. As a global leader in making videoconferencing available to all segments of the business market, Easymeeting.net maintains secure, professional, High-Definition (HD) video calls.
The Easymeeting.net services offerings include EasyConference, EasyNumbers, EasyCatalog and WebTv. The EasyConference service allows several video conferencing systems and mobile options to connect into a “virtual meeting room” together with as many participants as needed. It also features an easy to use presentation service allowing the user to show and share documentation such as presentations.
Easymeeting.net’s EasyNumber service makes videoconferencing as easy as making a phone call. To make things easier for individuals or businesses using video conferences, each EasyConference virtual meeting room and all video systems are enabled with an EasyNumber instead of difficult to remember IP addresses.
EasyCatalog service makes things easier for companies and colleagues and helps them find each other’s video dialing information. It is very much similar to that of using a phone directory. At the same time, these meeting can be recorded and saved by using Easymeeting.net’s WebTv services, which offers a recording service for customers meetings.
Easymeeting.net offers user friendly services through its EasyNumbers services- a new way of dialing. The company’s easymeeting.net Directory is a service hosting the phone book of the video world and Easymeeting.net’s WebTV is a recordable meeting services.
In a press release, Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO of easymeeting.net, said, “We have spent several years in developing the easymeeting.net services and with each small step we have placed the user experience in mind. From the ease of use of our services to the method we bundle and present our services are all focused on the 95 percent of the market that has yet to embrace videoconferencing. Easymeeting.net is about the user and not about the latest in tech talk technology”.
Edited by Brooke Neuman