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June 04, 2012

Teleconference Canada Launches New Website with Audio and Web Conferencing Services

By Shamila Janakiraman
TMCnet Contributor

Teleconference Canada announced the launch of its new website featuring its audio and Web conferencing services.

The company is a division of Tactical Digital Corporation which serves the needs of businesses, government agencies and educational institutions providing them with voice, data and conferencing services.

Scott McMillan, CEO of Tactical Digital, said in a release, “As our company has expanded, more Canadian businesses discovered our extremely low conferencing rates. In response, we formed Teleconference Canada to meet the specific requirements Canadian customers want. “

“We’re serious about our No Gimmicks policy. There are no hidden fees, no monthly minimums, no setup charges, no long-term commitment, and never a surcharge for U.S. participants. Our new website makes it easy for Canadian businesses to learn about and order our service,” McMillan added.

Teleconference Canada specializes in offering toll-free 800 access across Canada, with low no-commitment rates of 3.9 cents per minute. Its low-cost, reservation-less, toll-free teleconferencing and Web conferencing services are powered by Level 3 Conferencing.

The Ready-Access conference calling services offered by Teleconference Canada are affordable and the Web Meeting service is completely integrated with Ready-Access audio conferencing. This allows optimum communication between users anytime, and from anywhere, said officials.

Also it was revealed that Teleconference Canada leverages Canadian-based equipment, charges users in Canadian dollars besides being supported by a well manned customer support arrangement which works non-stop.

In 2011, Tactical Digital Corporation and Cenero, Malvern, a service focused audio visual and conferencing solutions provider, signed an agreement. According to this, Tactical Digital will offer Auralink, Cenero’s desktop video conferencing solution to Tactical Digital’s commercial and federal clients. This fulfills the growing demand from Tactical Digital’s customer base for high quality, easy-to-use video meeting solutions.

In August 2011, Tactical Digital was offered a multi-million dollar five-year material blanket purchase agreement by EasyLink’s government sales partner, for implementing EasyLink’s Fax2Mail desktop fax messaging services.

Edited by Brooke Neuman


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