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May 29, 2012

Easy Meeting.net Partners with WhyGo Videoconferencing Ltd.


By Katie Gatto
TMCnet Contributor

Travel for business meetings is an expense that many companies in the current economy would prefer to avoid. After all, why send someone from Tokyo to Oslo when you have a high-speed Web connection at your fingertips? The meeting runs as planned and the company does not spend $3,000 on travel expenses. Today two providers of virtual meetings have announced that they will be partnering up in order to give customers the most flexible ways to schedule and hole their meetings across multiple platforms.


"Easymeeting.net. has a global track record of success of offering easy to use video conferencing services and with our partnership with WhyGo we are able to expand both of our footprints globally so that we may best serve the growing video conferencing as a service user communities,” Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO of easymeeting.net, said about the new partnership between the two companies in the release.

He also went on to add, “Together with WhyGo Videoconferencing and via the easymeeting.net search engine and global directory, we have more than 5,000 video conferencing rooms available across the globe and that number is growing exponentially as businesses look to utilize this great technology. With our partnership customers can easily locate video conferencing rooms and those for rent across the world by simply visiting the easymeeting.net webpage,www.easymeeting.net,” followed Andriopoulos.

For those of you not familiar with the companies involved in this partnership, easymeeting.net is a service provider that focuses on providing videoconferencing services for platforms such as PC/MAC, tablets and a variety of smartphones. WhyGo is “a global provider of public video conferencing and Telepresence (News - Alert) facilities with easy to use booking platforms available on the web, Outlook and Lotus Notes”.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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