Talk Fusion Reveals its Upcoming Video Communication Product: CONNECT
Talk Fusion Founder & CEO, Bob Reina, announced on their webpage (16 August) the upcoming release of the company's newest high-level video communication product: CONNECT. According to Reina, "CONNECT” will present the next-generation of communications in broadcasting: A solution to provide companies and individuals alike a new experience to meet, communicate, create and share, like never before, online video content.
Reina said CONNECT is their cutting-edge video conferencing and live broadcasting product that will enrich people’s online collaborative experience. It is intended to benefit those utilizing video in business, but also for personal communication.
Talk Fusion is a growing global video communications company based in Brandon, FL, which has, since its foundation in 2007, provided video communication solutions: From Video-Email (to record or upload a video and send it), -Conferencing (apt for socializing and sharing), -Newsletters (over 600 ready-made templates are available to choose from in multiple languages) to Live Broadcasting (for streaming video, images and much more in real-time), Social Networking (to expand one’s outreach) Mobile Apps (for offering Fusion On the Go) and a few more worthy products that may be appealing to consumers found at the official site as well. All of the company’s products are currently marketed person-to-person by Independent Associates in more than 135 countries.
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The new product, CONNECT, is said to be a user-friendly point, click, send product that makes it easy to meet face-to-face on the Internet with video conferencing. As pointed out by Allison Roberts, Talk Fusion VP of Training & Development, when CONNECT has been completed and is ready to be marketed, it is sure to go up against and possibly surpass any other live broadcasting or video conferencing service available. She mentioned the product will include additional design elements (drag & drop functions to create presentations using PowerPoint, multiple graphic and video file types), presenter features (to teach and train in real-time) and more broadcasting capabilities (thanks to having over 132 new servers distributed worldwide).
What’s more, it will offer audio and video controls to engage in an online environment, anywhere at any time, with either a PC or Mac. Talk Fusion has even made video part of their mobile strategy too to outreach to those users who rely on mobile video traffic.
In sum, CONNECT may be the do-it-all product to meet, chat, or share documents and presentations online. In keeping with Talk Fusion’s mission objection, it will provide users the ultimate video communication experience to suit their needs—all for a low price.
For the moment, CONNECT remains in its final stages of testing with no release date. Consumers are told there will be a release date soon; it will be announced on the company’s official website. There, customers can also find the CONNECT video to get a sneak peek at what the product will be like.
Edited by Ryan Sartor