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Easymeeting.net Expands to California

April 20, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
easymeeting_logo.gifGlobal videoconferencing as a service provider and innovator easymeeting.net is expanding its operations to California with the hiring of conferencing executive Gary Luhrman to oversee market development in the Silicon Valley area.

Mystic, CT April 20, 2012
-- Easymeeting.net, with its headquarters in Tromso, Norway, with it´s North American Headquarters in Mystic, Connecticut and representative offices throughout Scandinavia, United Kingdom, BeNeLux, Spain and Australia has now established a US West Coast presence in Santa Cruz, CA.

Easymeeting.net is a videoconferencing service provider (VCaaS) that has introduced affordable, scalable, business class HD video meetings to the world. With easymeeting.net users can connect into multi participant meetings from video systems, Desktop PC's and Mac's, as well as iPad's and iPhones. The easymeeting.net platform has been designed with the user experience in mind and is an intuitive and easy to learn way to give all users an instant window into the International business world where they may conduct, attend and record video conferences with participants all over the world without the added time, hassle and cost of traveling for traditional business meetings.

"In times of global economic challenges there is no better time in evaluating how one can be more productive and efficient while at the same time cutting unnecessary travel and communications related costs and affording the user an immediate return on investment all via easymeeting.net", - said Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO of easymeeting.net.

"Easymeeting.net with a growing track record of success in Europe over the past five years, and now with the launch of our presence in the United States and Canada, is very pleased to add new representative offices in the Silicon Valley area of California." - said Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO of easymeeting.net.

Gary Luhrman, a founding partner and former Managing Director of SmartTelecom SL in Spain, says there is tremendous potential for easymeeting.net in the high-tech world of California: "Up until now, high definition (HD) conferencing was only available to large corporations with huge budgets, while small and medium-sized companies have had to make do with Internet services like Skype. Now virtually any business can move up to HD business quality conferencing without having to buy expensive conferencing equipment or hire IT specialists. We make it very simple with a focus on the user experience. Conferencing the way it should be - EASY".

To contact Gary Luhrman and learn more about easymeeting opportunities you can reach him at the following details Tel: 1-831-332-9870 or email: gary@easymeeting.net OR visit us at: http://www.easymeeting.net and sign up for a FREE 14 day trial of our easyConference multipart meeting room services.

How the easyConference Works: Once the user has registered for their trial at http://info.easymeeting.net/tryit/ they will be contacted by an Easymeeting representative to identify the best trial options for each individual company, (i.e. enabling existing hardware, or all mobile add on users) they will then receive an email with easy to understand directions on how to set up their services. During the trial period the Easymeeting Expert is available for introduction training and to demonstrate the great features and benefits of the Easymeeting service.

The easyConference service requires only a PC/Mac, IPhone or IPAD or video conferencing system with access to the internet. There are no fees for the trial or obligations to purchase. After the trial has expired the service will end unless the user would like to sign up for the paid services. Easy as that!






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