AT Conference (Booth #1210 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo) is demonstrating its new, Web-based conferencing applications, ManageYourCall and ManageYourConferencing. The company says its Web-based applications give conference hosts greater control over live conferences and provide account administrators with an efficient, on-demand means of account management.
ManageYourCall and ManageYourConferencing further strengthen AT Conference’s Reservationless Conference Calling service that it offers through its Partner Programs to agents and resellers of conferencing services.
The ManageYourCall conference call management application allows for complete control of reservationless conference calls by conference hosts via a web-based user interface. Using ManageYourCall’s features, a conference host can control all the necessary tasks required for a complete and orderly conference call without the need for external operator assistance. The ManageYourConferencing application allows administrators to manage and control their invoices/payment, account info, add/delete users, access recordings, and generate real-time reports of call usage and account activity via a web-based user interface.
AT Conference’s Partner Programs allow telecommunications companies to leverage their existing client base, expand service offerings and increase revenue by providing conferencing services to their customers, the company said. You can integrate conferencing into any telecom business quickly and efficiently to increase market share and grow profits. Individually tailored programs can be created to meet specific partner needs.
“We attended our first Channel Partners Conference & Expo last year and it was a great experience as we introduced our Partner Programs to a wider audience of industry professionals,” said AT Conference CEO David Jannetti. Our entire team is looking forward to demonstrating our new service enhancements to future partners at this year’s event as we continue to focus on this important business vertical.”
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February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC