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August 06, 2012

Easymeeting.net and PicturePhone Jointly Offer Videoconferencing Services to Dealers and End Users


By Calvin Azuri
TMCnet Contributor

Easymeeting.net recently announced that it will collaborate with PicturePhone (News - Alert), Inc. a value added distributor of videoconferencing products and accessories, to provide US-based dealers and their end users with advanced videoconferencing services. Easymeeting services, which have been made available via PicturePhone, support cloud-based multi participant video meetings from both traditional and mobile devices.


In a release, Cody Loughlean, U.S. Channel Sales manager of Easymeeting, said that, “We are very excited to work with PicturePhone because of their great reputation in the industry, their knowledgeable sales staff, and extensive product line. Both companies share the same vision of making video conferencing easy to use for the end user, with an extremely high standard of quality & customer support. Easymeeting.net is proud to be partnered with one of the industry’s most respected distributors with dealers & end users located across the country and with our partnership PPI reinforces it’s channel position as a 'one stop shop' for all things video conferencing.”

Rochester, NY-based PicturePhone , which was established in 1993, is recognized as one of the premier value added distributor of visual communications products across the globe. Through its collaboration with Easymeeting Services, PicturePhone provides customers with distributing hardware and a host of ancillary conferencing accessories.

Dave Weber (News - Alert), VP-ICBNR of PicturePhone said that, “We selected Easymeeting from a variety of cloud based conferencing services based solely upon its significant performance advantages over comparable offerings. From its instant scalability to its economical deployment, Easymeeting shines a positive light into the cloud. Bring your tablet, your PC or your traditional h.323 endpoint instantly into the fray! No fuss no muss and stellar audio and video to boot...what more could you ask for in a visual communication product.”

PicturePhone delivers video conferencing solutions via its network of qualified dealers and integrators. The company’s range of products and services extends from advanced hardware end-points and infrastructure to the virtual world of the cloud and much more.  This has helped it in consolidating its position as a one-stop shop addressing all business-to-business visual communication requirements.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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