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UberConference Business Launches for SMB, Enterprise

Visual conference call service targets corporate accounts

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Firespotter Labs today announced the launch of UberConference Business, the corporate version of its award-winning teleconferencing service. UberConference Business gives a company the power to register and manage multiple individual conference calling numbers through a single platform with an administrative account and convenient, centralized billing.  

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"With companies spending over $3B annually in the U.S. on audio conferencing, users deserve a better experience than what they've put up with for the past 30 years," said Craig Walker, CEO and co-founder of Firespotter Labs. "UberConference Business offers entire organizations an experience far superior to any other conference calling service available today."

Businesses can also get UberConference from the Google Apps Marketplace thereby allowing everyone in a company's domain access to an UberConference account directly  from the Google Apps menu bar under the "More" drop down list.

"UberConference is the first truly innovative conference calling solution I have used," said Tom Cochran, Chief Technology Officer, Atlantic Media Company.  "The experience is significantly better than traditional conference calling services and I'm looking forward to deploying it across our entire organization."

UberConference Business includes a broad array of features:

  • Increased Conference Size. Have up to 40 people on a single conference call.
  • Outbound Dialing to Join. Check the outbound calling box when you schedule your conference call and UberConference Business will automatically dial you and the other participants when it's time for your call.
  • Call Recording. Record any or all of your UberConferences. MP3s are available for each recording and saved as part of the call summary.
  • Start Without Me.  Set up a conference call without having to be on it.
  • Removal of Branding. Remove the "this free conference call is provided by..." messaging at the start of every call.
  • Dedicated Support. Chat or email with us if you have questions.

UberConference Business incorporates the full set of features from UberConference Pro and UberConference Free, including its visual interface; Social Caller ID and LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter information; Evernote integration; and the innovative "earmuffs" feature so that subsets of call participants can have sidebar conversations.

About Firespotter Labs

Launched in 2011, Firespotter Labs is a start-up founded by serial entrepreneur Craig Walker, focusing on making complex telephony products easy to use. With over 15 years experience as an entrepreneur in the emerging telephony space, Walker was CEO of Dialpad Communications, (acquired by Yahoo!, now Yahoo! Voice), and later co-founder and CEO of GrandCentral Communications (acquired by Google, now Google Voice). Products in the Firespotter family include UberConference, Nosh, NoshList, and Jotly. Firespotter Labs is funded by Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures. To learn more about Firespotter please visit www.firespotter.com.

SOURCE Firespotter Labs

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