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August 14, 2012

Increased Global Demand for Easymeeting.net's Video Conferencing Services


By Carolyn J Dawson
TMCnet Contributor

Easymeeting.net has been experiencing strong growth for its video conferencing offerings across the world. During the first six months of 2012, the organization not only reported record profits, but accounted a considerable increase in the number of customers.


The organization has also received requests from future customers for trial usage of its services.

The first half of the year had Easymeeting.net easily achieve its targeted revenue. Income expected to receive a further boost in the later part of the year. Apart from the rise in customers, the organization has augmented its association with channel partners across the globe, especially in the Americas, Europe and APAC.

“Easymeeting.net’s H1 results were positive in terms of sales, new customers and usage of our great services,” said Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO at Easymeeting. “This, coupled with the continued maturation of our channel partners easymeeting.net strategies, will keep us well on track to meet and exceed expectations. Once again, the performance of easymeeting.net proves that we have designed a global video conferencing as a service offering that is designed with the user in mind and a position in the global market”.

During the period of January to June 2012, the organization reported an increase of 125 percent in the sales volumes of its key offering, easyConference. During the same period, the quantity of searchable video conferencing rooms in the easymeeting.net brochure have increased to at least 6900, indicating a growth of over 110 percent.

Similarly, the quantity of Easymeeting enabled video conferencing end points have also increased by a minimum of 5 percent.

“For our customers, our strategy of easy to use, buy and sell, developed over the years with the user in mind, is increasingly becoming the visual communications choice of the global market,” Andriopoulos continued. “With our recent launch of Android (News - Alert) OS support in addition to our IPAD, Mac, PC, IPhone support and our fully engaged channels we believe we have developed a true easy to use service that is ideal for the SME market and others. These trends strengthen our belief in the advantage of being the dial tone of the video conferencing industry.”


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Edited by Braden Becker

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