Ring2 Conferencing has announced that Pearl Medical, a managed service provider of BlackBerry devices for medical professionals, is integrating the Ring2 Conference Controller for BlackBerry as a key component of its service offering.
Pearl Medical is offering the Ring2 Conference Controller for BlackBerry as a feature for its suite of services, designed to provide medical professionals with a single platform for managing their communications. Pearl Medical has already made the application available to more than 2,000 medical professionals.
The Ring2 Conference Controller for BlackBerry handsets works by alerting the call leader as soon as the first invited participant joins, asking the call leader what they would like to do check out who just joined, join the call from a phone of their choice or ignore the notification. With a single click, the call leader then has a simple remote control tool at hand to:
“The Ring2 Conference Controller for BlackBerry is the perfect complement to our offering, which aims to make the use of mobile technology as easy and convenient as possible for our busy health professionals. It is simple for a non-technical person to use, and the remote control feature is a true breakthrough in making conference calls a smooth experience,” said Philip May, director, Pearl Medical. “We think it will open up our customers to using their BlackBerry devices in ways they may not have previously envisioned.”
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October 19 2018 @ 21:53:25 UTC