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FaceMe: Video Conferencing that Just Works

28 Oct 14

Westcon Imagine 2014 - While communication technology has revolutionised business, it takes the human voice to infuse a deeper meaning.

Leading the way in video collaboration with an intuitive user interface and stunning audio and visual quality across organisations, both large and small, FaceMe is changing video conferencing on a global scale.

Banishing historical barriers such as bandwidth issues, firewalls, general usability
and even cost, FaceMe’s message is refreshingly simple - ‘Video Conferencing that Just Works’.

“Video is our passion,” says Simon Grieve, VP Sales, FaceMe New Zealand. “Right down to the core fundamentals of how the products are developed, it’s about making this technology accessible to all users and managing all of the variables in the best way possible.”

With a capacity for 12 way, no download video conferencing in the FaceMe Cloud & inbuilt teleconferencing for up to 25 people at any given time, video and audio conferencing Grieve believes has “never been simpler.”

Speaking as the company continues its growth across the globe, Grieve says FaceMe emulates a meeting environment with an effective blend of high video quality and unrivalled user experience.

“Ultimately we manage all the variables in the DNA of the product,” he adds. “So that users can just enjoy the experience and not have to worry about the technology.”

In recognising the need for high-level communication tools, alongside human interaction, FaceMe addresses the common grievances of customers, offering a feature set that is leaving the competition wanting.

For more information visit www.faceme.co.nz

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