13 Sep 10

Columbus, Ohio (September 13, 2010) — Until recently “innovation” was not a word associated with audio conferencing. It has seen very little change since its introduction in the 1980’s because Ma Bell had it tucked away in its far-flung call centers. Just enough engineering was done to offer some basic services, but everything else was done manually and users paid a premium. As a result, medium and small businesses rarely used it. The good news emerging from this bleak history is that a populist revolution has begun.

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