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In Communication With: Scott Wharton, CEO, Vidtel
October 3, 2012 | Telepresence Options
Summary: The cloud-based unified communications company offers a platform that promises video conferencing regardless of the endpoint. I chat with chief executive Scott Wharton about it -- using video, of course.
By Andrew Nusca,
Unified communications company Vidtel was founded in 2008 to bring interoperable and inexpensive video conferencing to the small- and medium-sized enterprise market.
The company's flagship product, MeetMe, is a cloud-based hosted video conferencing service that promises near-frictionless video -- no IT department necessary, they insist -- for the price of phone service. It competes with business-focused services from Cisco, Polycom and LifeSize, free consumer services from Google and Microsoft and middle-of-the-pack services from disruptive startups such as Blue Jeans Network.
I spoke with CEO Scott Wharton (with VP of marketing Mariette Johnson Wharton along for the ride -- yes, they're married) to get a better handle on how they're attacking the unified comms market.
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