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Broadview Networks Debuts OfficeSuite HD Meeting

By Craig Galbraith
August 06, 2014 - News

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Broadview Networks on Wednesday introduced OfficeSuite HD Meeting, a cloud meeting service that the company says unifies HD video and audio conferencing, online meeting and collaboration into one platform for any size of business. And it’s available on virtually any device.

Broadview says OfficeSuite HD Meeting enables employees to communicate face-to-face in real time from any phone, PC and Macintosh, as well as iPhones, iPads and Android devices. The platform allows users to host online meetings, HD video conferences and audio conferences for as many as 100 people.

“OfficeSuite HD Meeting delivers the powerful tools businesses need to more efficiently communicate with colleagues, customers and partners," said Brian Crotty, Broadview’s chief operating officer. “In today’s always-on work environment, mobility tools are essential to businesses functioning at their highest levels. OfficeSuite HD Meeting’s video and Web conferencing features enable small and large groups to collaborate and work together across great distances to immediately improve businesses’ overall productivity."

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