LTech Partners with Tungle to Offer the Tungle.me Online Meeting Scheduling Application
Offering online meeting scheduling application to its clients, enterprise cloud computing and Google Enterprise Partner LTech has joined hands with Tungle Corp. Scheduling online meetings will now be easier than ever with this agreement, company officials said.
Tungle.me works hand-in-hand with the users' calendar: Outlook (with or without Exchange), Google Calendar, Apple iCal, Entourage for Mac and Lotus Notes currently in closed beta. Others can visit the user's Tungle.me page and send them meeting invitations proposing multiple times without signing up.
With the help of LTech, companies can successfully migrate, integrate and operate cloud computing programs as a means of achieving strategic business goals. A growing and diverse set of clients receive various services and tools from the company to schedule meetings across organizations, calendar systems and time zones. Tungle.me helps people costly double-bookings and the endless back-and-forth often associated with finding a mutually convenient time to meet.
"This product partnership is a natural addition to LTech's range of services and tools and will offer tremendous value to its clients," said Marc Gingras, CEO and founder of Tungle Corp. "We are excited to be working with a first-class company like LTech and believe the partnership will facilitate our growth into the enterprise cloud market segment," stated Marc Gingras.
Usually, companies are constantly on the lookout for complementary product partners that will help them enhance the value they deliver to their clients. The Tungle.me scheduling application is a practical and user-friendly addition to a company's existing range of tools and services, states Tungle.
In January 2010, the company addeda new offering for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino, thereby rounding out its integration with leading business calendar systems. Currently Tungle for Lotus Notes is available as a closed "beta" version to users with Lotus Notes version 8 and 8.5. According to IBM, more than half of the global Fortune 100 companies now use Lotus Notes and Domino.
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Edited by Erin Harrison