UberConference wins INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award
UberConference, a teleconferencing service with a webview that increases the productivity of conference calls, recently announced that it has received the 2013 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award by TMC for the second year in a row.
UberConference is a teleconferencing service that allows a user to see who is on a call and who is speaking. Not only this, a user can easily share documents through Box and Evernote, automatically dial out to participants, record calls and see the profiles of others on the call through integrated Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. UberConference's elegant UI for web and mobile makes features easy to use with the click of a button.
"On behalf of TMC and the editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, we are honored to grant UberConference with this award for its innovation in IP Communications," said Erik Linask, group editorial director, TMC. "UberConference has demonstrated exceptional quality and proved itself worthy of this honor by improving business for its clients."In related news, UberConference recently announced that its packaged app is now available in the Chrome Web Store for all Windows and Chrome OS users. Packaged apps are installed and run natively, just like apps on a smartphone or tablet, but for the computer. UberConference's packaged app provides an updated user interface and makes it easy to start, schedule, and be notified about upcoming conferences - independent of the browser. Packaged apps benefit users by delivering the performance of standalone applications; instantaneous responsiveness, ability to be always-on in the background, and the simplicity of launching from the Start menu with the ease and convenience of the Chrome Web Store.To date, only a small group of users have had access to packaged apps. Google and UberConference worked closely together to preview the technology to developers at Google I/O last May in San Francisco and a select group of end-users were randomly chosen for the consumer preview in July.
Edited by Ryan Sartor