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Vapps Makes Conferencing Available to North American Partners

Vapps LLC (Booth 625), a supplier of VoIP-enabled audio conferencing bridges, announces its conference calling service, which is being used to power one of the first conferencing services in China and in the Ukraine, also is available to agents and resellers in North America. The Vapps conferencing solution takes advantage of the lower costs of VoIP telephony and allows North American agents and resellers to increase their margins by offering the industry a leading feature set for conferencing at low costs, the company says.

Vapps says it offers low buy rates and high margins; toll-free and DID access to its conferencing service; continuous in-conference operator support; continuous technical and administrative support for agents and resellers; print marketing and collateral; online Web registration and scheduling; and billing, collections and monthly commission payments.

"We have been using the Vapps Hosted Service for over six months now," says Adam Brothers, general manager of Dedicated Conferencing. "In that time, we have been able to increase our margins, add accounts on the fly and continue to take advantage of additional features such as instant recording, Web access to recorded conferences and Web controls during the conference. In addition, having Vapps handle the billing and collections has made our life easier. We manage the customer relationship and get a check every month from Vapps," adds Brothers.

"Most customers don’t know the Vapps solutions use VoIP technology," says Ben Lilienthal, CEO of Vapps. "They do know that it costs less, sounds great and has more features than the existing services. We welcome all agents and resellers to take advantage of the cost savings that our platform enables. If we can’t give you a better price for reservationless conferencing, then we’ll take you with us on our next trip to China."


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