FreeConferenceCall.com Partners with P2 to Offer Business HD Audio Calling
FreeConferenceCall.com and P2 have announced a deal to offer FreeConferenceCall.com for Business to its customers across the U.S.
“Our business model enables agents to capture significant margins from HD audio and web conferencing, while offering its customers new capabilities and unmatched cost-efficiencies,” says Brad Dupee, EVP, Business Markets at FreeConferenceCall.com. “Our partnership with P2 is an opportunity for more agents to benefit from a model that has been proven to create reliable long-term income. This is a win-win for all channel partners.”
FreeConferenceCall.com will have greater access for it HD audio conferencing services, which it says reduces end user costs over 80 percent over traditional conferencing services. It also comes with a suite of collaboration tools.
Some of the features include custom greetings, custom hold music, management through a web interface, call recording, call recording search by keywords, and integration with Outlook and Google Calendar.
The business edition includes custom branding, reporting, analytics and unified billing.
P2 cited FreeConferenceCall.com’s low cost and high quality as reasons for forming the strategic partnership.
“FreeConferenceCall.com has a really unique offering that we believe will be a tremendous benefit to our agents,” commented P2 CEO Bill Patchett.
That’s not the only vote of confidence that FreeConferenceCall.com has had as the fifth largest retail provider of audio conferencing worldwide. A number of major companies rely on it, including Marriott, HP, State Farm, John Deere, IBM and Frost & Sullivan.
“While there are many converged conferencing options available today, businesses must identify reliable and easy to use solutions that won’t break the bank. In our use of FreeConferenceCall.com services, we found it to be a robust collaboration tool with high-quality audio and video conferencing that rivals industry competitors at a fraction of the cost,” Frost & Sullivan enterprise communications and collaborations industry director Roopam Jain said.
Edited by Kyle Piscioniere