Talk Fusion has always been on the cutting edge of telecommunications. But their recent announcements showcase just what that can really mean. They announced a whole set of new advancements which are set for full integration into their software suite.
The very first sign of things to come stems from a new Product Dashboard. One can consider this as a basic foundation on which the new additions can be built. It fits into the existing Talk Fusion Video Suite.
Company founder Bob Reina had a lot to say about the upcoming changes. But one of the more notable aspects of this discussion come from his views of Talk Fusion. He notes that he’s not just offering unique services. But he’s also pricing them at a level of accessibility which puts into a whole new category. Basically, he feels that there’s no other company offering similar services for an affordable price. As he puts it, Talk Fusion’s only real competition is Talk Fusion. It’s an industry in and of itself.
He also restated the basic mission statement for his company. He wants to continue changing the future by changing how people connect with each other. It might seem like a minor point to people unfamiliar with the company. And the same can be said for people unfamiliar with Reina himself. But those familiar with either understand the full weight of this statement.
Talk Fusion’s previously mentioned pricing isn’t just about business. It’s about helping everyone make use of Talk Fusion’s products. In the past Talk Fusion has had a heavy push to the nonprofit sector. He’s worked hard to make sure that both big business and charities have equal access to Talk Fusion’s line of products.
One can see this emphasis on a single mission statement right from the start. Talk Fusion was founded in 2007. The world was becoming more and more fragmented due to competing telecommunications standards. Mobile phone incompatibilities, differences with computers and a number of other factors were making it hard for people to connect with each other. Learn more: http://www.dsa.org/forms/CompanyFormPublicMembers/view?id=1BE83000000A4
Talk Fusion came onto this market with an idea of unifying communication standards. This would eventually lead to adoption of a WebRTC standard that bridges device limitations. People depend on Talk Fusion, and that service then handles any quirks or issues with platform compatibility. The end result is that Talk Fusion can offer people the ability to use high tech video communication with people no matter what their platform is.
They’re able to connect everything from smartphones to laptops. And underlying operating system seldom matters. If it can use video and a browser that it’s almost certain Talk Fusion can work with it. And in doing so provide people with the full impact that comes from face to face video communication.